The Sims 4: Guide to Build Houses

The Sims 4 is the newest installment of the famous video game franchise for PCs brings new game building tools that promise to facilitate the creation of new homes and rooms.

Check out the tutorial how to build homes easy and practical way.

The new building system The Sims 4 allows you to create a wall at a time, ready rooms with four walls and even complete and furnish. See the steps to build a house in three different ways:

Building a Wall

Step 1: Open The Sims 4 and select the family you want to play. In the upper right corner of the screen, click the "Build Mode" icon.

Step 2: In the construction menu at the bottom of the screen you will see a drawing of a house. Click on the house wall, as it appears in the image below. Then select the "Wall Tool".

Step 3: After selecting the tool, click the left mouse button where you want to build the wall and drag it to the side. Release the button and presto, you have a new wall.

Building four walls

Step 1: You can create one room at a time, without having to create wall by wall. To do this, click again on "Walls and Empty Rooms" and select the "Tools Commodus."

Step 2: As the first tool, click the mouse pointer on the area you want to build and drag to create a room.

Step 3: Click again with the left mouse button to put the room in place. You can build the most practical and expeditious way with four walls.

Building complete rooms

Step 1: To build complete and already furnished rooms, click "Style Rooms" in the same menu.

Step 2: They are divided into categories such as living room, bedroom, bathroom, etc. Select the type of room you want to place and click the left mouse button where you want to build. Okay, now you have a room ready and objects.

Important: You need the right space to put a complete and furnished room. If not, you can not complete the construction.


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