The Sims 4 recently added Scenarios to the Base Game ? essentially a structured way to take part in existing player-created challenges. Of course, they?re not officially calling it player created challenges, but we?ll just sip our tea (well, coffee anyways) for that part.
To add some sort of dopamine-fuelled appeal to some, select Sims 4 Scenarios are only available for a specific time-period. While there might be some logic to this for something like holiday themed Scenarios, that did not really make sense for the Too Many Toddlers Scenario recently added.
We’re not going to debate the pros and cons of Scenarios for The Sims 4 here (we could write an essay on that), but we are going to share some good news for players who do not like to be hemmed in by seemingly arbitrary restrictions imposed by EA.
The Sims 4 Scenarios Mod by TwistedMexi
Modder TwistedMexi, the genius behind mods like Better Build Buy, Take Objects Off Lot (T.O.O.L) and the still in alpha Create-a-World Mod for The Sims 4, is here to rescue us yet again.
Simply called All Scenarios, TwistedMexi has found some time to pull together this super simple mod allowing Simmers to play all the Scenarios whenever they wish. It is available for all his Patreons as a Release Candidate right now. Below is the official description:
All Scenarios – Access EA Scenarios whenever you want!
I know there’s been a lot of CAW stuff lately but I’m not leaving all my other patrons hanging! Here’s a mod that will do away with the limited time and partial scenarios lists. Popping this one package file into your Mods folder will get you access to all EA scenarios up to the current patch!
It looks like the “Surviving The Holidays” scenario was actually delivered with the last patch, it’s timer just hasn’t set it active yet, so you can actually try it already while using All Scenarios.
This is a Release Candidate, meaning all patrons have access and I believe it’s free or mostly free of bugs. It will be the public version if no issues are found. Public release is set for 12.7.21
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Antoinette is a recovering journalist. She has won multiple Sports Journalist of the Year awards and with bylines in The Guardian, Sports Illustrated, Daily Maverick and the New Statesman – among others. She thinks it is a bit odd writing about herself in the third person, unless she is playing as herself in The Sims. She hopes one day Ian Google will love her again.