The Sims 4 producer Graham Nardone about the game's improved customization options, which include stretching specific parts of a Sim's body.
The video also touched on the new social interactions the game will employ. "Interactions between Sims have been heavily focused on, with characters displaying more emotion and realistic awareness of their environment. Sims can interact in groups rather than couples, creating relatable and recognisable scenarios that are expected in a simulator," notes the press release.
Check out the developer diary in the video below. The Sims 4 is due to be on PC in 2014.