Kids Video Game Stuns Players With Update on 'Top Surgery Scar'


A popular video game series made an announcement that stunned both players and parents.

The update made to the popular game “The Sims 4” was shared on Twitter by the “Libs of TikTok” account.

One of the updates includes that of a “top surgery scar.”

According to the statement issued by EA Games, “Under the same Body category, all players can find a Body Scars category with an option for Teen and older male Sims (masculine or feminine frame) to add a Top Surgery Scar to their Sims.”

Additionally, the update will include a category for binders and shapewear.

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“With this update, players can find two new assets in Create a Sim. Under the Tanks, in the Tops category, you will find a Binder top asset for your Teen and older Sims. In the Underwear category for Bottoms, there is a new shapewear asset for your Sims as well!” the statement reads.

Several Twitter users weighed in on the update.

One user wrote, “This is just wrong.”

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Another responded, “Good lord the Sims is beyond woke.”

One users shared, “I’m so glad I’m a Millennial and not Gen Z. Go on – make your dumb, little argument about how this isn’t indoctrination. We’d love to hear it.”

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One tweet argued, “We are witnessing the fall of Rome on repeat. Rampant degeneracy/moral decay. High inflation and political instability. This is not the world i wanted my kids growing up in. Wake up!”

A parent tweeted she “never approved of sims for my kids.”

Last year, the game received the update in which players can choose their pronouns.

“The Sims 4” producer John “SimGuruDuck” Faciane said at the time, “While this update isn’t the be-all end-all of representation of nonbinary and other gender diverse folks, we strongly feel that it’s important for us to approach better inclusivity over time as we figure out ways to work within the limitations of our code.”

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