It looks like we could be heading to the English countryside in the next The Sims 4 expansion.
Sims influencers have been receiving a postcard that seemingly teases the setting for the new The Sims 4 expansion (thanks, GamesRadar). The postcard is from a fictitious location called Henford-on-Bagley, showing a bridge over a river.
The postcard, from A&A Crumplebottom, reads: "We're so pleased you're joining us in Henford-on-Bagley! I'm sure you will enjoy the quaint countryside life. Do come join us at our garden stall when you arrive!"
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The postcard then goes on to say that the mayor has spoken of a worldwide tourism video for Henford-on-Bagley, which will take place on June 10 - which seems to be the new expansion's reveal.
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The Henford-on-Bagley name is reminiscent of English villages with similar titles such as Kingston upon Thames and Stoke-on-Trent, suggesting the new expansion may see us visiting the English countryside.
There have been rumors for some time that EA has been working on a countryside/farming expansion for The Sims 4, with fans hoping that the new expansion will have a farming element. While this hasn't been confirmed, we do know that the iconic Crumplebottom family will play a part in this new expansion, given the postcard was from them.
We'll find out more on June 10 at at 8am PT / 11am ET / 4pm BST (or June 11 at 1am AEST), when EA officially reveals the "tourism video" for the new expansion.
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