To mod or not to mod? That is the question for a lot of Sims 4 players. For many, the game requires mods to be fully enjoyable. Others still prefer a “plain vanilla” game, but today’s mods are generally easy to install and safe to use in the game. Patches from EA will automatically disable mods, but a simple tick-mark and quick restart will put them back into play. Modders try to keep up with patches and new content and most update their mods as often as necessary.
While browsing around, I came across this list of ten top mods for Sims 4.
The article, written by Janine Hawkins for Paste Magazine first appeared almost a year ago, and her list is, of course, her opinion only. Although I wouldn’t consider these as “top mods”, they may be useful for some players. Please note, I haven’t tried any of these mods, and since the article isn’t recent, I don’t know if these mods have been updated for new content included over the past year. As always, use any mods at your own risk.
What mods do you consider “essential” for your game?
I’d like to compile my own “Top 10” list, so if you have a favorite mod you’d like to suggest, please leave a comment.