SimGuruNick over at Twitter announced that a brand new update for The Sims 4 on consoles has rolled out which will fix controllers freaking out while Simmers are playing the game.
Console players! Have your controls been freaking out since the most recent update?! We have a new patch rolling out right now! Let us know if you're still having issues after this, Happy Simming!
— SimGuruNick (@SimGuruNick) April 30, 2019
Here are the patch notes:
UPDATE: 04/30/2019 – V1.15
This update is pretty small but looks to address the reports we have seen since the update, especially around the controller.
Since we were last here reading the release notes together, a few pesky issues managed to sneak through. This update is pretty small but looks to address the reports we have seen since the update, especially around the controller.
- Somewhere along the way, selling objects from your lot would duplicate them instead. Just because your Sims won’t give up their possessions without a fight doesn’t mean you don’t get the final say. Now you can sell objects as much as you like.
- On the other hand, sending to Household inventory won’t sell your objects anymore either.
- It was never intended that you could put a door or a window in your inventory and the game reflects this properly. I mean, who has pockets large enough for a door?
- The camera almost had a mind of its own at times, choosing what to look at. It should behave and look at only the items you want to look at.