Sims 4: 10 Best Mods for 2014 and 2015
The first thing for noobs to know about Sims 4 mods is that they are files you install to change the mechanics of a game. You add mods to the basic game, tweaking it to turn it into the perfect game for you. There are zillions of Sims 4 mods out there and our mission today is to introduce you to some of the best (well, we think so, but the trophy for ultimate Sims 4 mod is still up for grabs).
There are all kinds of Sims 4 mods. A mod could range from a basic fix for a problem like not having the right kind of clothing for your Sim, to mods that totally change big parts of the game. For instance, the Improved Lighting mod changes the way the entire game looks. There are several big sites where mods are stored, one of the biggest being modthesims.
Some things to be aware of before installing mods is that they directly affect the game program files. Read the install instructions and documentation for the mod before installing it because if it’s not installed correctly it could crash your game. Saying that, mods are an awesome part of Sims 4; using them will let you make your own fully customised game.
Duckuality has fun playing around with a few mods including nude mod and slider mod
So what are the 10 best Sims 4 mods?
1. Stuff Breaks Far Less Easily
Although it can sometimes be entertaining to take your Sim right from teen burger flipper all the way to corporate big shot, some aspects of Sim life are a lot more mundane. If you install this mod, you can reduce the amount of boring household tasks necessary by limiting the ability for objects in your house to break. The default likelihood of breakage is 67%, but this mod reduces it to somewhere between 5 and 30%. With this mod, your Sim can spend more time on the fun stuff like flirting or fine art.
2. Daily Save
Save yourself the pain of loosing a whole day's worth of gameplay if your computer crashes. This mod makes the game save automatically at a certain time or multiple times every (Sim) day.