The Sims 4 Growing Together was recently released and a bug surrounding the tooth loss feature was considered serious enough for EA to release a patch disabling this new feature, temporarily. The Sims 4 1.96.367.1020 Update was quietly released on March 24th, 2023 while most of us were sleeping (no pun intended) and it disables the ability for sims to lose a tooth. 🦷🧚🏻
The Sims 4 1.96.367.1020 / 1.96.367.1220 Update - March 24th, 2023
Today’s update is releasing on PC/Mac platforms only. We are addressing an issue in The Sims™ 4 Growing Together Expansion Pack where Sims who lost a tooth were intermittently having their skin tone, hair style, and clothing changed. We are temporarily putting this feature in time out by disabling the ability for Sims to lose a tooth as we prepare a fix to the underlying issue. Keep an eye on @TheSimsDirect for updates on the return of this feature.
We are working to release this update to PlayStation and Xbox platforms as quickly as possible. In the meantime, check the guidance shared on Answers HQ (Link HERE) on how to avoid this issue until this update becomes available on those platforms.Sim Guru Graham
The Sims 4 1.96.367.1020 / 1.96.367.1220 Bug Fixes & New Features
The Sims 4 - Base Game
- "Losing tooth" feature temporarily disabled because it was causing undesirable changes to sims' appearances when they grew up while having a missing tooth.