As we approach Halloween - or as I like to call it, 'turn off all the lights and pretend we're not in day' - more games are announcing their plans to tie into the freaky festivities.
We already know that Team Fortress 2 will be focusing on community support over the season, and now it's time for The Sims 4 to show its hand.
The Sims 4: Spooky Stuff will have new outfits, with ninja, pirates, Roman soldiers, witches and superhero costumes, among others.
There's also new objects, so you can kit your pad out for one of those parties where everyone dresses up and I sit in a corner thinking about how much I hate each and every one of them. I love those parties.
There will also be a few new gameplay features that look to vary from pranks to ghostly apparitions.
It launches September 29. Check out the trailer below: