The Sims 4 Now Allows You to Add a Baby Yoda Statue to Your Game

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The Sims 4 Now Allows You to Add a Baby Yoda Statue to Your Game

While us South Africans can’t watch The Mandalorian since Disney+ isn’t available in our country, those who play The Sims 4 from Electronic Arts can now, at least, add a Baby Yoda statue to their game and it is, for the lack of a better term, a cuteness overload. This is in celebration of The Mandalorian show and the upcoming Star Wars: Rise of the Skywalker film.

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The official The Sims 4 Twitter account announced the addition of the Baby Yoda statue in Sims 4 which you can view below.

Electronic Arts, of course, has the rights to make Star Wars games and content and there is some content from the franchise already in the game, but this one is by far the cutest.

The statue in the game is called “The Child” (Baby Yoda) and the description reads:

Officially known as ‘The Child’ but affectionately referre to as ‘Baby Yoda,’ this statue is a lovable replica inspired by the Disney+ live action series The Mandalorian.

People are already creating awesome shrines in The Sims 4. The Baby Yoda shrine from Twitter user SensiblePigeon’s one is my favourite so far. Just look at this piece of art below!

While we don’t have Disney+ and can’t watch The Mandalorian, this is pretty cool and it is always nice to see a publisher add things like this to their game, so well done Electronic Arts!

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Do you play The Sims 4 and what would you do with this awesome Baby Yoda statue in the game? Let us know in the comment section below.

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