Electronic Arts and Maxis revealed today The Sims 4 Carnaval streetwear kit, the latest collection of content that offers Simmers new ways to customize their Sims’ experience and diversify their wardrobe with bold new Create-A-Sims looks. The Sims 4 Carnaval Streetwear Kit will be available on February 3rd on PC and Mac via Origin and Steam, PlayStation 4 and 5, Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One.
The Sims have teamed up with legendary Brazilian drag queen, singer-songwriter and model Pabllo Vittar to curate looks that allow players to expand their Sims’ style and unleash their creativity.
Watch The Sims 4 Carnaval Streetwear Kit Trailer Featuring Pabllo Vittar’s Dance Hit Single “Buzina” on Simlish, here.
Exuberant, wild and bright, the looks, styles and colors of the Carnaval Streetwear Kit embody Pabllo’s sense of freedom and fun. This new content encourages Simmers to embody the confidence and creativity of one of the world’s greatest cultural celebrations through dynamic clothing, makeup and accessories for all Sims. The flowing designs encourage Sims to incorporate Pabllo’s eye-catching pieces into any look for an abundance of joy. Whether players dress their Sims with meaningful cutouts, multicolored fruit patterns with graphic contracts, or sequined tops, the possibilities for varying their looks are endless, complete with eye-catching makeup and colorful accessories.
The Sims has long offered open-minded gamers a creative destination to express themselves through fashion, most recently with the Modern Menswear Kit in collaboration with London-based designer Stefan Cooke, as well as the Fashion Street Kit and the Incheon Arrivals Kit. inspired by the trends from Mumbai’s iconic Fashion Street and the corridor runways at Incheon Airport.
As part of the Carnaval Streetwear Kit collaboration, Pabllo Vittar has recorded her dance hit single “Buzina” from her second studio album “Não Para Não” on Simlish. Available today as a free update to the base game, Simmers can jam out to fun tunes via The Sims 4 in-game radio stations. To continue the celebrations, players can expect a Sims Delivery Express base game update featuring Brazilian food recipes and a mask in early February, and in March decorate their home with a new piece of artwork by famed contemporary artist Lano.