“We’re excited too!”

The Sims 4 has responded after the Microsoft Store accidentally leaked one of the game’s next packs.
A new Game Pack and Kit were previously expected to be announced sometime in May. Just yesterday (May 7), Xbox prematurely listed the unannounced Courtyard Oasis Kit, including some screenshots and a description, leading to a social media post from the game’s official Twitter.
In the tweet, The Sims team joked about the leak and confirmed when fans can expect the new content to be officially announced.
“Hey @Xbox, check ya’ texts!” they said. “We totally get it, we’re excited too! This summer is going to be 🔥 & we can’t wait to share our summer line-up on May 17th.”
Xbox responded: “We’ll have to check our fountain, because it seems there’s a bit of a leak. 😅 But we’re so ready for Hot Sims Summer.”
Via SimsCommunity.info, the leaked description of the Courtyard Oasis Kit revealed a range of Build/Buy items that are “inspired by the riads of Morocco”.
“Construct a dreamy, stylish courtyard for the family to enjoy. Play with filigree designs, vivid colors, and intricate tile patterns to tie it together, then decorate with hanging lanterns, resplendent textiles, and tropical plants,” the description text said.
Related: Best Sims 4 packs – which Expansion, Game and Stuff Packs should you buy?
New columns and archways plus latticed wooden windows look set to be included as well.
The Kit was listed for a May 18 release, one day after The Sims was supposed to announce its summer line-up, although there’s no guarantee this will remain unchanged.
Courtyard Oasis Kit will be the fourth Kit launched, following Country Kitchen, Bust the Dust, and Throwback Fit.
In other news, the next base game update will add 16 East Asian eye presets, helping to address the difficulty in creating authentic East Asian Sims.
The Sims 4 is available on PC, Mac, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.
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