The Sims 4 is what happens when you take a bunch of forward-thinking developers and ask them to make a game about freedom of expression.
Even before it was released in 2014, the teaser EA put out a year prior made the sort of headlines most games do not during release. As you can gauge, the hype was unreal and Maxis more than delivered on their promise.
In essence, every Sims successor would do donuts around its predecessor with regards to storylines, gameplay, setting, and expansions, and Sims 4 cranked it up to 11 with the massive expansions, and eleven of them at that, each substantially adding upon the various denominators that made the series a success in the first place.
Sims is the pinnacle of virtual entertainment and gives you complete freedom to create almost everything in its world.
How Do I Play These Challenges?
Now, these are all fan-made challenges, and there are no in-game settings that will get you to follow them strictly.
That’s the beauty of it since you’re still going to have that level of freedom, and how you achieve your goal could be different from the rest.
There are a lot of different challenges that are published online, some more difficult than others. However, they’re all incredibly creative and should give you a way to find new ways to play Sims 4.
Therefore, we have compiled a list of 39 of the best challenges and other ways to keep you hooked!
39 Of The Best Sims 4 Challenges
1. The Legacy Challenge
The Legacy Challenge is an old classic Sims challenge where you start with very little money and continue to play within the same family for ten generations. It rapidly gained prominence as the gameplay resonated with most fans, since the immersion aspect of it started to entice more players in.
How to Play This Challenge
The gameplay is simple but becomes intriguing as it progresses. You need to create a young adult Sim and start as a young adult who has to build everything from scratch.
Next up, is building your own property and gradually gaining a fortune to pass it on to your next generation.
The catch here, as we mentioned, is that you have to stay in the same family for 10 generations.
For the legacy challenge to work, you’ll need to build up your family from the ground up. Build your house and wealth, and make sure to have a child to continue to the next generation.
The Legacy Challenge is a compelling one in Sims 4 since it’s basically a rags-to-riches story of one family. You’ll be able to see the growth of your Sims family, home, and wealth.
This is challenging and rewarding too, as the game gets more interesting with successive generations.
Beware though, as the children don’t inherit personalities from adults, and you are in for a wild ride as it continues. Make sure to come up with a proper surname for your founder, as the future Sims will carry on that name.
2. 100 Baby Challenge
Next on the list is the 100 Baby Challenge. We know, it sounds ridiculous. It is a straightforward Sims Challenge, making 100 babies in as few generations as possible. Although it sounds so simple, the various rules increase the difficulty of this challenge.
It is another classic challenge with players attempting to clear it every now then from the inception of the game.
How to Play This Challenge
Now, let us go through the gameplay and fundamental rules. You must create a female Sim to enter the 100 Baby Challenge, and you can have only one baby per partner. Okay, doesn’t seem too complicated now, does it?
There is one more rule. If you don’t have any girls, you lose instantly. And to make matters worse, you can’t use cheats!
And to make matters even more interesting, the rule set includes bizarre ones like not being able to get pregnant through the same Sim twice, no nanny services, no marrying, no manipulating the traits of the kids, and your Sim not being able to get any kind of work that does not involve going out of the house.
Some respite is provided in the way that you can send your young adults outside once they are of age.
The children are, well, obviously, challenging to handle, and the problems increase exponentially as the number of kids grows in the game.
It’s a fun challenge that’ll make you think of ways to woo-hoo the next Sim you meet and have as many babies as you can, definitely a Sims 4 classic.
3. Homeless Challenge
The Homeless Challenge is exactly what it says it is, and one of the most difficult challenges in the game. In the Legacy Challenge, you at least had little money, to begin with. This one takes it up a notch by taking away that advantage.
The goal is simple, to have a home or gain anywhere between 5000 and 20,000 Simoleons.
How to Play This Challenge
In gameplay, there are lots of rules that make the Challenge tricky. First of all, your Sim doesn’t have any cash on him and can’t get a regular job.
Next, you can’t ask other Sims to move in with you or have a boyfriend/girlfriend until you gain money or build a home.
You’ll have to deal with using public toilets and sleeping on park benches until you can save up to start building your house.
The rules keep on getting more stringent as you start working towards your goal. If you want to experience the troubles of homeless people, then this is your best bet.
Even though the Homeless Challenge is hard, it’s a favorite among Sims 4 simmers as it enables you to explore your creative side on how you can overcome extreme poverty and homelessness.
4. Asylum Challenge
One of the stranger challenges on our list, the Asylum Challenge still manages to attract a whole host of players.
How to Play This Challenge
In this challenge, you must create an 8 Sim household with a mandatory insane trait for every Sim. You’ll then need to control one Sim. The goal is straightforward, to complete the Sims’ aspirations so that it leaves the asylum.
This challenge also sets you up with a storyline and the main character that has undergone a psychological episode via their mother, and must now find a way out of the asylum whilst dealing with their trauma.
To add to that, every Sim ends up having random characteristics, and there are a couple of rules in the house.
There are only 5 beds and skill-building objects, 6 seats, 1 PC/TV, ensuring that everything is divided unfairly among the Sims.
Also, no self-assurance trait for Sims and their aspiration needs to be randomized. Try out the Asylum Challenge if you want to know how the insane trait and a lot of random factors influence your Sim’s life in the game.
5. Decades Challenge
Have you ever wanted your Sim to witness the trials and tribulations of living in various eras throughout the history of humans?
Well, the Decades challenge allows you to do just that, with your Sims taking on the various complications of living through tough times and nostalgic eras.
The Decades challenge is very similar to the Legacy challenge, with only minute changes introduced. In the Decades Challenge, every generation belongs to a different decade and must follow the rules of the times that they are living in.
Although, there are some things that you might not find pleasing to the eye.
How to Play This Challenge
Let us elaborate. If you start in 1890, there are no showers available, no electricity, and only males are allowed to take up jobs! Feels pretty sexist, right? Imagine what your ancestors must have gone through, as it was the norm in those days.
Then, you can move on to the next decade challenge, which is the early 1900s where you now have indoor plumbing and electricity. However, only men can work jobs outside the home.
During the next generation, which is the 1910s, the male Sims have to go to “war”. Well, it’s actually just getting a cowplant, feeding it, and waiting to see if it eats you or not.
The next decade is where it gets fun as women can now take on jobs and have a career. But, it doesn’t last long since by the 1930s, anyone with work should quit it due to the Great Depression.
This is certainly a challenging type of Sims challenge as there are a few rules that you have to follow. It’s fun and lets your creative juices flow on how to tackle the different periods.
You can even download custom content for this challenge, like packs for Victorian dresses, as it improves the overall experience and immersion of this challenge.
If you have won the Legacy challenge and are looking for a similar one to test your simulation mettle, then go for this challenge instead.
6. Apocalypse Challenge
An apocalypse can come in a variety of shapes and sizes, and bring with it just as many different situations.
If you truly wish to know what it would be like if your poor Sims were thrown in the middle of the social and ecological war in a barren wasteland, the Apocalypse challenge should be your go-to.
The name reminds you of the brilliant yet dark movie, Apocalypto, right? Don’t worry, the Apocalypse Challenge won’t go that far.
How to Play This Challenge
Starting off, there is a dystopian world caused by the atomic war, and your goal is to survive with necessities and nothing more. You can’t leave your small shelter or buy exotic stuff.
Until 2020 happened, this was one of the best Challenges, but now it’s too familiar to everyone because of mandatory quarantines by countries.
And we all kn0w how we spent a couple of years in a practical apocalypse, so the challenge isn’t going to be too difficult, right?
There are a lot of other variations of the Apocalypse Challenge Sims fans are playing. All of them will require you to think outside the box and master survivalist living to be successful.
7. Disney Princess Challenge
Disney is a name that always brings a smile across everyone’s face. Fortunately, for Disney fans, there is a dedicated challenge just for you. It’s your chance to become one of your favorite Disney princesses.
How to Play This Challenge
The Disney Princess Challenge is a fun one and is incredibly popular with Sims fans.
You can start with Snow White and you’ll need to have 7 children, who’ll double up as your dwarfs.
All your children must be from the same father, and they need to complete their aspirations or earn an A in school to accomplish this challenge.
Then, you can move on to Cinderella by choosing a female as they turn into a teenager as your descendant.
She must have the foodie and neat traits and needs to clean the house and cook every day. One rule with Cinderella is that she can’t marry until the mother dies.
There are many other Disney princesses to choose from. Choose a princess, complete her missions, and move on to a different princess.
Every Disney princess has an unusual trait and a separate set of tasks to complete. It’s a fun challenge for any Sims fans as there are a lot of mini-challenges to finish.
8. Build-A-City Challenge
The Build-A-City Challenge is one of the most basic ones on the list. This challenge involves building a city from scratch and growing a population based on the number of Sims in the game.
How to Play This Challenge
Everything isn’t readily available to unlock new locations or services. You have to reach the set benchmark.
For instance, you can unlock a new world only after placing 5 community lots. Your Sims won’t even have pizza delivery until you reach a certain number of people.
The beauty of this build a city challenge is that you’re not only looking after one Sim but an entire community. You’ll have to keep tabs on everyone until you earn 50,000 points and conquer it.
It will also be filled with random sims, so making sure everyone is satisfied living in your city is fun.
It’s certainly going to bring so much fun since you don’t exactly know how your city will grow and how you’ll identify problem spots. It’s one of the fun challenges on this list that’s worth a try.
9. The Bachelor/Bachelorette Challenge
The Bachelor/Bachelorette Challenge is inspired by its TV counterpart. It is one of the fan favorites in the game. Just like the TV show, you have to fall in love with one of the participants in the game show.
How to Play This Challenge
Of course, you need a single Sim to be part of the challenge and put them in a house with seven other Sims.
However, you can be anything else from old, poor, ugly, rich, young, and rich. The rules are not as restricted here so you can let your creativity shine through.
The most important part of this challenge is to make sure that your Sim finds true love.
Every 3 days, a contestant is eliminated from the competition. Ever wondered how it feels to live the life of the Bachelor/Bachelorette? This is your chance!
10. Black Widow Challenge
Marvel made Black Widow an assassin who learned various languages and was a mistress of stealth. This is a watered-down version of that and is inspired by the black widow spider.
How to Play This Challenge
In the Black Widow Challenge, you have a matriarch that marries and kills people to get their money. Scandalous, but fun, right?
Definitely not your Disney Princess Challenge!
You need to create a Sim, particularly, a young adult female Sim. You’ll need to give her the materialistic, snob, and romantic traits with the Serial Romantic aspiration.
You can move into a house, but you’re not allowed to use cheats as with all of these Sims 4 challenges. You can’t also work since the main goal is to inherit as much money as you can.
After creating a Sim, the next thing that you’ll need to do is meet a Sim and marry him. Still pretty easy, right?
This is where it gets tricky. Now, you’ll need to throw a party and show off your new husband. You’ll also need to find a new romantic interest at the same time.
Now, the fun and scandals begin. It’s time to cheat on your husband with your new romantic interest. Invite him over and make sure that your husband catches you to get him jealous.
After throwing some gasoline into the fire, you’ll have to figure out a way to kill your husband, take all the money, then marry your new romantic interest. Of course, you’ll have to keep the tombstones on your lot and aim for about ten husbands.
There are a few other rules in the Challenge and many difficulty levels to choose from. This is definitely a Challenge worth playing!
11. History Challenge
The History Challenge is the polar opposite of the Apocalypse Challenge. Here, you are taken back in time to see how prehistoric Sims can cope with their situation.
The first thing you need to do for the history challenge is to create a Sim that will serve as your ancestors. You’ll need to place them in an empty world, which means you will have to delete everything on the map or download one online. These will serve as your prehistoric Sims.
The rules for the history challenge are simple. Your Sims can’t have a job, as it should be in prehistoric times.
However, to make money, you can sell paintings or your woodworking creations. Your ancestor Sims must live on the ground or in a tent, and they would have to live off the land.
To progress out of the prehistoric era, you’ll need to complete a few smaller goals like reaching level 10 in fishing, gardening, and handiness. After you successfully make it, you can now move on to the next era.
At this point, you’ll now be able to create a house in either Roman or Ancient Egyptian architecture.
You can now progress through different eras like the Middle Ages, Old West, and so on until you reach modern times.
Imagine wearing animal skin that covers just the essential parts, living in tents, and hunting for food. The Challenge isn’t wholly focused on the prehistoric era. You get to move on to the next one after you complete the tasks. The goal is to keep completing missions and reach the modern era.
This is a history-based challenge and is a different take on the legacy challenge. It does have a lot of mini-challenges involved, and it makes the entire experience a lot more fun and immersive.
There’s a whole set of rules for this specific challenge, and if you’re up to the task, you can check it out here.
12. Big Brother Challenge
The Big Brother Challenge is very similar to the TV show but with a little twist. Instead of playing as a contestant, you get to be the boss.
The gameplay requires you to lock up 8 Sims in a house without TV, computers, radios, etc. Give them tasks and eliminate them at your will. The Challenge ends with the last one winning the game.
There are a lot of big brother challenges that you can let your Sim housemates do. One of the ways to play this is to get them to do a certain task that helps level up a skill.
The one Sim with the lowest skill progress gets evicted from the house. Repeat this until you have the winner left, which you’ll then reward with a million Simoleons.
You can make your own rules here as long as you stick to the spirit of the Big Brother TV show.
This Challenge is your best chance at playing God, where you decide everything from elimination to winning.
13. Masterchef Challenge
Masterchef, a cooking show that got everyone hooked, has made it to the virtual world as well! 8 Sims in the house, 3 judges, and the rest are participants.
It’s one of those fun things to do that involves different Sims with a variety of personality traits. The most important thing here is that the contestants have to start with zero cooking, baking, or bartending skills.
During the course of the competition, the only way you’ll be able to improve is to read cooking skill books. The only time you’ll use the kitchen is during actually judged cooks.
Every week, when the competition starts, there will be three cooking challenges, where one will get eliminated at the final cook.
It’s certainly a fun challenge to do, and you’ll be able to recreate one of the most popular cooking shows on the planet.
14. Living Off the Grid Challenge
This Challenge owes its existence to the Island Living expansion pack. The founder Sim should be a nature enthusiast as he must live on the island. You get to pursue your gardening ambitions as you will nurture plants and sell the product to buy food.
It is an exciting Challenge if you plan on living off the grid and working on your gardening skills.
15. Not So Berry Challenge
The Not So Berry Challenge has very little to do with the berries. Every generation in it has a distinct color of hair and each color signifies certain characteristics.
For example, the 2nd generation is Rose and has traits such as hot-headed, snobbish, romantic, etc.
They aspire to be serial romantics and pursue a political career. You must master all of these traits and aspirations to finish this Challenge.
It’s one of those legacy challenges that will allow you to explore the deeper parts of the game. Each generation is a chance to do things differently with a short backstory that you can include as you do the challenge.
16. Rags to Riches Challenge
This Challenge is the epitome of rags to riches stories. The rules get more and more difficult as you progress, making the Challenge very exciting. The goal is to have a real home and a happy family.
To start this challenge, you’ll have to start from scratch. Basically create a homeless Sim with absolutely nothing and complete the goals. As with all Sims challenges, you can’t use cheat codes to make things easier.
Of course, you’ll need to do the “money 0” cheat to take all your money away from you.
The end goal of this challenge is to build a home with at least 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, a kitchen and dining area, a family room, a study, and an outdoor pool.
Also, there are more challenges involved, like building a family, which means getting married, having children, and becoming a grandparent. You’ll also need to have a career or run a business.
There are a lot more rules involved with this challenge, but this is a quick overview to give you an idea of how to start tackling this one. It’s certainly a fun challenge, but it does get tricky at some points, especially at the start.
17. One Room, One Week, One Theme Challenge
This is one of a kind of Challenge in Sims 4. You have to create a room based on the theme, and it changes every week. The rules may become stricter or lenient, depending on the theme.
If you hate doing the monotonous work to reach a newer level in that Challenge, then check out One Room, One Week, One Theme Challenge.
18. Living off the Land Challenge
This Challenge is very similar to the Living off the Grid Challenge. There is a slight difference, though. You don’t need to live on an island. This is an alternative to Off The Grid Challenge if you don’t have an Island Living expansion pack.
19. Bloodline Challenge
Arguably the best plot and setting among all Challenges, the goal is to have a single Sim rule the kingdom for 10 generations. So, when you have kids, you get to play with them until they become adults.
As the law forbids your successors or other sims to rule the kingdom, you have to get rid of your heirs sooner or later. It is a bad precedent to set yet it is still popular among players.
20. 10k Starter Home Challenge
This Challenge emulates real-life situations as you have to build a house from scratch with little money. As the name suggests, you need to construct a house with only 10,000 Simoleons.
The house should also contain 1 bedroom and basic necessities such as chairs, shower, toilet, etc.
21. The Perfect Sim Challenge
Many believe that nothing is perfect, simmers beg to differ. The Perfect Sim requires you to become the ideal person that your parents desired. There are several stages to this Challenge ranging from painter to vampire to keep things exciting. The best part of this Challenge is that your Sim can be of any species.
To start, you need to create a Sim, preferably a teen. Set the lifespan too long so you’ll have enough time to figure out how you can become the perfect Sim your parents want you to be.
This challenge comes with a lot of stages with different rules for each. You’ll be faced with a lot of other challenges as you play it. Simply follow them and move on to the next and make your parents proud.
22. The Alphabetacy Challenge
This Challenge is similar to the 100 Baby Challenge with a little twist. Instead of 100 babies, you get to have 26 babies and each one corresponding to a letter in the alphabet. You can only go to the next generation after your kids complete their aspirations.
23. House-building Challenges
The 10k Starter Challenge was just the tip of the iceberg. Tons of Challenges focus on house building. We have linked the 3 popular house building Challenges, check them out.
- Solid Color Build Challenge: Build houses with just 1 color.
- Seasonal Townhouse Challenge: Design houses with a different theme based on seasons.
- Fixer-Upper House Challenge: This is not a house building Challenge per se, it is based on renovating houses.
These different challenges will really show your building skills and how you deal with these different scenarios. If you’re a builder and play the game mainly for designing houses, this is an excellent challenge for you.
24. Ultimate Survival Challenge
This Challenge forbids you from having a job or a house. You don’t get access to electricity either. Your goal is to survive by fishing, gardening, or collecting an income.
If this is your kind of thing, you’re going to have so much fun with this challenge as you need to be incredibly creative on how you survive and live a comfortable life.
To fully enjoy this challenge, you might want to get the Outdoor Retreat Expansion Pack as there are elements there that will greatly improve the immersion.
25. Runaway Teen Challenge
The name is self-explanatory, you have to live the life of a runaway teen. You can’t have anyone take care of you or go to school.
You have to find ways to earn money without getting a job. The goal is to survive and earn enough money to build a basic home.
The rules are simple, survive, and build up your life. It’s similar to other challenges like Rags to Riches and Homeless ones, but the thought of doing this and starting as a teen can be daunting.
26. Parentcy Challenge
Now, it’s the parent’s turn. The Parentcy Challenge is all about discovering your parenting style. You need to go through different generations and each one has a specific style that you have to try.
Your goal is to make sure that your kids are raised the right way and have a comfortable life. You’ll need to create a Sim and start as a single parent. Then you can move on to other types with each passing generation.
You’ll be able to try out becoming a workaholic parent, an artistic parent, an insane one, and more.
If you love family gameplay, this is an excellent one to do since it explores what it’s like to be a parent, even in a virtual world like Sims games.
27. Guardian Legacy Challenge
This Challenge requires you to become a guardian for society by helping people and achieving their goodwill. For example, if there is a food shortage, you help society by becoming a gardener and providing fresh produce for people to survive.
28. Going Broke Challenge
Until now, every Challenge required you to earn money to clear the Challenge. But here, we go the other way. It’s a little messed up, but if you want to experience these types of situations playing it on Sims 4 is the safest way to do it.
The goal of this Challenge is to lose every penny that you have in as few generations as possible. Depending on how you think, it’s going to be so much fun or sad.
To kick things off, you’ll need to create a Sim and cheat your way to 1 million Simoleons. You’ll have to give your Sim the Fabulously Wealthy aspiration and the Materialistic trait and see how you spend all that money.
Remember, the goal of this challenge is to spend all that money in as few generations as possible, so if you can do it with the one sim you created, you win.
29. Bad Blood Challenge
The Challenge belongs to the dark genre. In Bad Blood, you create a Sim and do every possible thing to become their bestie. Just when you reach that phase, you have to turn them against you.
To win the Challenge, you have to defeat your best friend in a fight!
30. Block Party Challenge
The Block Party Challenge is one of those legacy challenges that every Sims player knows. The first thing you need to do is have an empty world that will act as your canvas.
You enter one of the worlds like Willow Creek and rebuild a new world according to how you want it to be. This will involve a lot of creativity on your part.
31. Astronaut Legend Challenge
The gameplay of the Challenge requires you to guide a young aspiring astronaut to achieve his goal. Your Sim is a genius but awkward, sort of like Sheldon Cooper without the annoying behavior!
As they have spent all their money on the rocket ship, you have to work hard, gain skills, and make their dream come true.
32. Immigrant Challenge
You live the life of an immigrant in this Challenge. As you are a temporary citizen, you can’t sell anything legally unless it’s through a retail store. You can’t play this Challenge if you don’t have the Get to Work expansion pack, as it gives you the power to work in retail.
33. Wolf Pack Challenge
This Challenge is a fan favorite among animal lovers due to its brilliant gameplay and plot. Here, you have a Sim with 6 dogs and an evil raccoon.
You send the dogs to hunt for goodies while you make a living by fishing, collecting, etc. The goal is to have a home that costs over 50,000 Simoleons.
There’s more to the Wolf Pack Challenge, but the basic premise is you’ll need to live off the land. There’s an island on the Brindleton Bay map, and that’s where you need to start, so you’re alone.
The only way you can earn money is by fishing, gardening, and sending your dogs to hunt. But there’s an evil raccoon going to make your life miserable so be wary.
The challenge ends when the raccoon dies. It’s recommended to set the lifespan of the raccoon to as short as possible to make it difficult.
34. Clone Challenge
The Clone Challenge resonates with parallel universe concept lovers. In this Challenge, you get to live the life of the same Sim twice.
In the first life, there are almost no rules but the next one requires you to do the opposite of everything you did before. Thus emulating the parallel universe concept.
35. Random Genetics Challenge
The last one on the list had to be the random one. In the Random Genetics Challenge, you start with 2 sims where every part of them is chosen at random and then have a kid.
The goal of this Challenge is to make the kid look attractive as he grows up.
36. Commune Challenge
Also known as the Cult or Commune Challenge, it’s your chance to become a cult leader, recruit members, and influence their lives for good or bad.
It may be a little offensive to some, but this is the best way to do it without harming actual people if you’re interested in exploring this angle.
To get through this, the key is to choose your traits wisely.
Being Insane will allow you to share your beliefs. Being a Genius helps you influence others with your ideas. You’ll need to have one of these so you can get all the Sims to follow you.
The end goal of this unique challenge is to make sure that your legacy continues. To do that, you’ll need to raise children that are artists.
Each of these has its own new challenges that you need to overcome to become one of the most successful cult leaders in Sims history.
37. Hotel Challenge
Have you ever thought of running a hotel in Sims 4? This challenge is something like that but with a psycho twist. You can say that it’s disturbing, but hey, there are a lot of weird things you can do in this game. It’s basically a twist on the Kidnap Challenge.
You need to have an owner sim that controls who goes in and out of the hotel. Every day, you’ll have to roll the dice to see what you want to do with each guest.
Most are harmless, like making friends or upgrading your guest to a better room. However, there’s always that one roll where you would have to kill that guest.
Sims die in a lot of ways. Here are some of the ways you can do it to make this task a lot easier. How to kill your Sims.
There’s a corresponding score for each of these tasks, and the goal is just to earn as many points as you can until the original Sim owner becomes an elder or dies.
38. Castaway Challenge
The Castaway challenge is a favorite among the Sims 4 community. It’s a take on the Apocalypse Challenge, but you just need to be on Windenburg Island.
Before you can start, you’re going to need to do a little cleaning up since you’ll need to bulldoze everything to make sure that the island’s only inhabitants are you and your family. You can then move to the empty lot in the middle and start there.
That’s basically it. You’ll have to live off the land, sleep on the ground, and survive. Since it’s a survival challenge, the goal is to level up your fishing, gardening, and herbalism skills.
You can also complete nature aspirations, but the most important thing is having fun and not mind all the rules.
39. Prison Challenge
What if you’ve been framed for a crime you didn’t commit? This is exactly the premise of the Prison Challenge. In the Hotel Challenge, you were the wonder, but in this case, you’re the prisoner.
You’re going to be locked up in a cell every day, and you have to deal with 7 other prisoners that you can’t control. There are a lot of little rules to make this even more difficult.
Your Sim needs to be a young adult, adult, or elder and must not have the brave, genius, light sleeper, charismatic, or handy trait. This way, your Sim has quite a lot of hurdles to get through to survive this ordeal.
Making Sims 4 A Fun Challenge
If these Challenges did not excite you or you have already played most of them, fret not, there are still a lot of options to make the game more fun!
Just like how we learned new skills in the quarantine period, your Sims can do it too. Check out the gameplay mods that give the advantage to complete Challenges easily. You can also go on a custom content shopping spree!
Other challenges are not on this list that you can find. All of them are as quirky and fun as what we have here.
Although we listed out the Sims 4 Challenges that were interesting, there are still more challenges that didn’t make the cut. You can also create your own Challenge with better rules until the makers announce another expansion pack!