- Sims 4 players continue to impress with their creativity, as one player managed to remake the Diablo 4 antagonist Lilith in the game.
- The Sims 4’s versatile build and character creation tools allow players to take inspiration from various sources, including other video games.
- The modding scene for The Sims 4 is still thriving as well, with creators producing a wide range of mods that enhance gameplay and customization options. This Lilith recreation is proof of just how much can be done with the game’s available mods.
One creative Sims 4 player has shared their amazing version of Diablo 4 antagonist Lilith, created in-game. While The Sims 4 is set to turn 10 years old in September this year, it seems the community isn’t done showing off what is possible in the game just yet.
At the heart of The Sims 4‘s gameplay is the need for players to be creative with their designs. With this in mind, it’s not a huge surprise that The Sims 4‘s community has become known as one of the most creative out there. Best of all, the game’s versatile build and character creation tools allow players to take inspiration from many different places, whether that be real or fictional. Over the years, there have been some incredible builds based on other video games. One Sims 4 player even recreated Bill’s town from The Last of Us, showcasing what’s possible with the tools at the community’s disposal.
The Sims Player Accidentally Makes Kim Kardashian
A Sims fan accidentally creates popular reality star Kim Kardashian in The Sims 4, and other players see the resemblance.
Redditor Upset-Ad7882 shared the incredible creation on the Diablo 4 subreddit, and the results are incredible. The creation was so good, in fact, that commenters in the thread asked how it was achieved. The Sims 4‘s character creation is good, but there was clearly something else in play here. Upset-Ad7882 confirmed that the creation comes from a Sims 4 mod, which in this particular case was a personal commission. Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem like it’ll be publicly available any time soon, so players will have to make do with the thousands of other CC mods out there for the Sims 4.
Despite the age of the game, The Sims 4‘s modding scene continues to go from strength to strength. Just about every facet of the game can be altered, with many creators actually making a living from the creation of Sims 4 mods. Some mods are small quality-of-life changes, others, like the mod seen above, allow players to change the appearance of their created Sims. Meanwhile, some mods are basically free expansion packs for The Sims 4, which is a compliment to the scale of these creations.
While The Sims 4 remains immensely popular, there’s no doubt a clamoring for more news on a sequel from the community after a decade-long wait. News of The Sims 5, codenamed Project Rene, is slowly trickling out from Maxis. Just recently, it was reported that The Sims 5 developers want to include multiplayer in the game, which would be an interesting step for the franchise to take. It seems that nothing is set in stone right now, so players will have to be patient to see what direction is eventually taken.
The Sims 4
The Sims 4 is the latest offering from Maxis and The Sims Studio, serving as a sequel to The Sims 3. Although it was released back in 2014, the game is still going strong today thanks to an array of DLC add-on packs that give players access to more unlockable items and events.
- September 2, 2014
- Electronic Arts