EA’s The Sims 4 is a life-simulator where you move into a household, have a family and experience life. You can also have careers, some are well-paying ones, yet if you are stuck in a point in your life where you cannot seem to progress through the game quickly, there are cheats. Keep in mind, this isn’t hacking and is 100% intended. Cheats are part of The Sims and is not going to ban you or anything. In this guide, we will look at the cheats in The Sims 4, and how to enable them.
How To Enable Cheats
Enabling cheats in The Sims 4 is somewhat easy. Since The Sims 4 is now on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 consoles, there are different ways to enable cheats. First off, we’ll look at how to enable cheats on PC. What you wanna press is Control + Shift + C which will bring up a white box for cheats. Then you type “testingcheats on” (Without the quotation marks) which will grant you the ability to cheat. On Xbox One, you must hold down all four buttons and triggers, as opposed to Control + Shift + C on the computer. On PlayStation 4, you must then hold down all the triggers.
List of Cheats
Kaching | Grants your household 1,000 Simoleons (The currency in The Sims)
Motherlode | Grants your household 50,000 Simoleans
Money X | Sets your household’s money at X.
Freerealestate on | Real estate is free so you can purchase whichever house you like.
Fillmotive X | Fills whatever motive as X.
Fps on | Displays the current FPS you are receiving in-game.
Bb.moveobjects | Allows you to move objects wherever you want with no exceptions.
Bb.showhiddenobjects | Allows you to purchase any item in the game, even some extra ones too.
Death.toggle true | Allows you to die and meet the Grim Reaper.
Keep in mind no capital letters are allowed for cheats, so don’t even think about it!