The package includes new colors and tropical beachwear. Origin also introduces open-water gameplay. Origin has introduced the sunny town of Sulani, where your Sim can rest and relax, work under conservation, discover folklore or do water sports.
You might meet a mermaid and some friendly dolphins and live near an active volcano (the developers mentioned that neighbors want to help each other to extinguish fires).
An added bonus is that the Sulani will change with time. If you take care of it, you will see the fruits of your work. If you are not, that will be obvious too. Origin also experimented with more odd jobs for her Sim to collect some additional Simoleons.
The package was confirmed on Saturday after a leak appeared in the Sims Community and was discovered by PC Gamer. The leak leaked by community founder Jovan Jovic indicated that the release date would be June 21st.
In addition, Origin announced a partnership with the It Gets Better Project, a LGBTQ + youth service. Now, as of June 18, you can access Pride content for your Sim and extend it through Sims Freeplay, the Mobile Sims app, and the Sims 4.
Origin also had a third surprise. Expected to be in fall, the Sims 4: Realm of Magic expansion pack was briefly spiced up.
The Los Angeles E3 Video Game Conference is expected to feature announcements by Electronic Arts, Xbox, Bethesda, Ubisoft, Square Enix and Nintendo. You can stream the conference online from different platforms if you do not want to attend the conference.
The Big Press Conferences
Many of the biggest announcements take place even before the show opens on a weekend with press conferences of the industry's biggest names. All but Sony, which will hold a press conference during the show this year
The rest, however, will still be planning big announcements just before the show.
Saturday, June 8
Sunday, June 9
Monday, June 10
Tuesday, June 11
- Nintendo (Livestream Only) – 9 pm PT (Noon ET)  First published 8th of June at 12.03 pm PT.
Update, 2:02 pm PT : Adds more details to the other E3 press conferences.