Earlier this week EA officially announced The Sims 4 Spooky Stuff. The brand new game pack will add a variety of Halloween-themed features to the game, including new costumes, a spooky candy bowl and plenty of new decor and furniture to really give your Sims and their pals the heebie jeebies.
But with just over a month to go until the creepiest holiday of the year, that’s not the only Halloween-related trick that EA has up their sleeves. No, in a newly released Sims 4 patch, various new gameplay tweaks and features have been added to the game, such as trick or treating. There’s also the usual haul of bug fixes. Find out more after the jump.