The Sims is all about inclusion and the video game brand is celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month with a free in-game update for The Sims 4.

The update features new in-game food recipes, Create-A-Sim options, and build items inspired by Hispanic cultures through a collaboration with tattoo artist Mister Cartoon and SOMOS EA, an employee resource group that aims to advance EA’s diversity and Latinx/Hispanic inclusion.

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The Hispanic Heritage items include a new object (a chiminea/grill); new grilled foods, such as asado, grilled plantains, churrasco, pinchos, choripan, chimis, chimichurri skewers, elotes, and pollo a la brasa; outdoor decor; a painted dining set; and clothing items with designs inspired by Mister Cartoon.

There is also a real-life recipe for chimis, a Dominican burger, on The Sims 4 blog. The game update is out now.