Your Sims can now have a mid-life crisis in The Sims 4

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While Babies and Keepsake Boxes are two of the most exciting new additions The Sims 4, EA isn’t just bringing sunshine and rainbows to the popular game with the “Growing Together” expansion. In fact, your aging Sims may now be in for a serious midlife crisis – and while they won’t impulsively buy a sports car, there are some serious obstacles you’ll need to overcome.

Here’s a closer look at The Sims 4 Midlife crisis events and how they affect your time with the game.

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The Sims 4 midlife crisis event is a big deal.

After reaching the adult stage of life in the Growing Together expansion, every Sim has a chance to experience a mid-life crisis. These events come in four different flavors, and each acts as a short-term pursuit for your character. That means you have to fight your way through the midlife crisis before you can move on to your previous life goals.

The Sims 4 Midlife Crisis

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For example, one potential midlife crisis you may encounter is adventurousness. This will require you to complete some tasks such as B. take a nap outside, travel to three new locations and search for treasure. If you complete these tasks, you will overcome the midlife crisis.

Fortunately, these are not mandatory. If you’d rather not complete your Midlife Crisis quests, you can just wait for them to go away. But if you manage to complete them, the crisis will end faster and will reward you with useful moodlets.

‘The Sims 4’ adds burnout system and workplace rivals.

While tackling a midlife crisis is challenging in itself, the Growing Together expansion also introduces a burnout system and workplace rivals. Exclusive to the adult stage of life, these will give you unique ways to interact with your peers and will transform the way you develop your favorite skills.

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If you happen to form a rival at work, you won’t be able to get a promotion – which means you’ll have to somehow resolve the conflict before moving up the corporate ladder.

The burnout system works similarly, but applies to all abilities instead. If you’re trying too hard to develop a particular skill, your Sim will let you know it’s time for a break. After giving them a creative task, they are reinvigorated and ready to further exploit their original abilities.

Keep an eye out for all of these new systems as you begin your journey through the Grow Together expansion The Sims 4and don’t forget to check out all baby related content if you need a break from adult life. Your Sims can now have a mid-life crisis in The Sims 4

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