If you have The Sims 4 Get Together, you’re probably well-acquainted with the clubs from the expansion. The good ol’ Spin Masters, Upper Crusts, and League of Adventurers (among others) have become familiar sights around your worlds. It’s almost impossible to think of a world in The Sims 4 in which none of these iconic clubs exists, but what happens when you’ve played through two or more generations and all of these clubs have died out?
Many Simmers might be surprised to discover that there are other “secret” clubs in The Sims 4 Get Together tucked away in the game code, just waiting for their moment in the spotlight. When Sims start dying off, disbanding the original clubs, the game generates these new clubs to replace them. These extra clubs have their own descriptions, club activities, and membership requirements. When a new club is generated, the game will randomly add inactive Sims from around your worlds who fit the club requirements. Your Sim can also join these new clubs, provided they meet the requirements.
Some of these new clubs are quite interesting. Some might argue they’re even better than the original clubs! There is a Private Club for rich Sims only. Your Sim must have §30,000 in household funds to be eligible to join this elite club. There’s also a book club, a music club, an art club, a mixology club, and even a club for cosplay! Simmers who have The Sims 4 City Living installed will find Club Cosplay goes great with the Geek Con festival! What better opportunity to break out those Star Wars outfits and Spooky Stuff costumes?
If I was a Sim, I would definitely join the Page Turners. I’m a huge bookworm and an author, too, so I think I’d fit right in. Now that you know about these nifty hidden clubs, which one will your Sims join?