Minecraft tips

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Add a career

To give your Sim a new job, you can simply use the careers.add_career code in your console, followed of course by the name of the career you want to add.

Get promoted in the career

To get promoted at any moment in your current career, you can simply choose to use the careers.promote code and add the name of the position you want!

Leave a career

Another one of the tips and tricks for The Sims 4 is how to leave a career with ease. To do so, you can simply use the careers.remove_career code and  type in the name of the one you want to remove!

Make a Sim become an adult

If you want one of your Sims to get into adulthood quickly, you can use the Setage code with the previously selected Sim, typing in the desired age.

Throw a party

If you want to throw a party out of nowhere and you don’t want to have to hire the several services in the game, open the console and use the soak.enable_soak_party_situation code. Next, type in the soak.create_soak_party_situation code to complete!

Kill a Sim

Some Sims can become very inconvenient, so there’s nothing simpler and easier than getting rid of them, right? To kill them quickly, use the sims.add_buff buff_death_electrocution_warning code and make them fix any electronic device for them to instantly get shocked to death.

Unlock all objects

Many of the game’s objects are blocked and you can only get them by completing certain actions or performing some tasks. If you don’t want to bother with all that, you can use another one of the tips and tricks on The Sims 4: type in bb.showhiddenobjects to have everything at your disposal!

Place objects anywhere

We’ve already taught you how to move your objects freely, but just imagine being able to place them wherever you want to. You can enable the ability to do this by using the bb.moveobjects code in the game console. Just be careful, since some of them might end up being inaccessible to your Sims, depending on where you’ve placed them.