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      Players will be happy to know their Sims can loose their teeth again and wait for the Tooth Fairy after the most recent Sims 4 update. After The Sims 3 expansion pack, fans have been waiting for something like this to be added to the latest game in the series. Now, nearly a decade after the release of The Sims 4, players are finally getting what they wanted in The Sims 4 Growing Together expansion pack—a DLC that includes family play features. Players can prepare enough of The Sims 4 Standard Edition in the game.

      Unfortunately, as is customary with many major updates, Growing Together introduced quite a few bugs into the game. Just days after its release, players were sharing hilarious videos of their baby Sims going through a midlife crisis. Some bugs are usually not too frustrating and even cause a few laughs, but sometimes, dealing with them can be a hassle – especially when they prevent players from trying out features added by new packs.

      When Grow Together was first introduced to fans, one of the many features the Sims team showed off was the loose tooth mechanic. This addition causes Sims to sometimes loose their teeth during childhood. Once a tooth is out or pulled out, Sim can place it under the pillow for the Tooth Fairy to spend the night. Unfortunately, this feature was temporarily removed shortly after release, but now appears to be back in the game with a new update.

      The Loose Teeth feature has been removed from The Sims 4 due to the disturbing glitch it caused under certain circumstances – it caused damage that changed the appearance of Sims’ skin. It’s just one of various mistakes that have occurred over the life of the game that have led to horrific aesthetic changes to characters in The Sims 4.

      This might just be a minor patch update, but many players will certainly be happy to have this feature available, especially those who bought the pack after it was removed and will only try it now. Even though The Sims 4 has been around for so long, it’s good to know that the developers are still hard at work and trying to fix any bugs they may find as quickly as possible in order to keep the game running for fans.

      The Sims 4 Update 04/26/2023 Patch Notes
      Updated April 26, 2023
      Console: Version: 1.75

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      This patch re-enables the teeth drop feature in The Sims 4 Grow Together expansion pack. With a lot of wiggling, pulling and twisting, those pesky teeth problems have been taken care of. Our Sims’ mouths are healing remarkably well, and over 9 million recently born babies are once again ready for the next stage of life. We appreciate your patience throughout your dental visit and wish you lots of Simoleons under your pillow in the morning.

      Sim Master Ninja

      Bug fixes
      base game
      An issue that caused minor tweaks to the appearance of Sims in the April 18 Update has been resolved. You may have noticed that this issue affects the appearance of things like eyes, teeth, and facial structure of your Sims.
      Any Sims created before the April 18th update should revert to how they were before.
      Any Sims created between the release of the April 18th update and this update will have minor tweaks to their appearance, as they will now render correctly.

      grow together
      The chance for Child Sims to lose teeth has been re-enabled.
      Child Sims’ skin material will no longer break after the Loose Teeth buff expires if the child is already missing two front teeth. ♫ All they really want are their two front teeth… ♪
      Sims’ skin material will no longer break after the Loose Teeth buff expires. You decide how to corrode your Sims, not loose their teeth!

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