The Sims series has attracted many players with the ability to play out the perfect life – character management allows amazing flexibility and the creation of any scenario. Although I, too, am convinced that a substantial number of fans derives pleasure from bullying the harmless Sims (remember the deletion of the sliming pool ladder – the offenders are still wanted). Whatever the motivation – the game may eventually become boring, and that's where the mods come in. You'll probably be happy to hear that The Sims boast a huge number of modifications.
New year, new mods for The Sims 4. We've got something the sim modding world hasn't seen before – Brookheights, which is a fully open map (no loading screens!) stuffed with attractions. But not to be too cheery, we cooked up a zombie apocalypse for dessert.
The mods offer not only new homes or clothes, but also completely new and fun solutions, and innovative mechanics. The amount of time and effort the modders have put into their creations are quite impressive.
In this article, we present the best mods for The Sims 4 – from simple gameplay tweaks, through new buildings, to extensive overhauls with exciting new functionalities. Even the fans of fantasy and magical little things should find something of interest. However, if you think we missed some interesting mods, don't hesitate to mention it in the comments.
HOW TO INSTALL THE SIMS 4 MODS?
1. First, you need to enable support for mods in The Sims 4. To do this, start the game, go to the "game options", and then to the "other" section. Here, you have to check two boxes: "Enable Custom Content and Mods" and "Script Mods Allowed."
2. Then, you need to extract the downloaded mod and move it to My Documents/Electronic Arts/The Sims 4/Mods (extracted files will be in the format .package or .ts4script).
3. That's it. The mods should work the next time you play the game.