Sure, it may be easy to just google ”The Sims 4 Custom Content / Mods” but the results are often very poor. In this article I’ll be listing you some of the top sources where you can find Custom Content / Mods for your Sims 4 game. Let’s begin!
One of the oldest sites around, hosting more than a million creations for all The Sims games. It has great content from talented creators but if you’re looking for make-up and hairstyles that’ll match The Sims 4’s art style, this site may not be for you.
2) Mod The Sims
The biggest directory of game modifications you’ll find for The Sims games. It has some neat Custom Content as well but it’s mainly focused on mods that’ll enhance your gameplay, fix some bugs or add certain features.
This tumblr blog focuses on spotlighting Sims 4, Sims 3 and Sims 2 downloads that can be found all over tumblr. It has some great categories including Maxis Match for hairstyles!
Beautifully categorized content with thousands and thousands of creations from various websites.
Site with a gorgeous design that covers mostly The Sims 4 creations. Please note that some creations are graphic and NSFW so use at your own risk!
If you’re not on Tumblr and love having CC in your game, you MUST create an account. Plenty of CC creators use Tumblr as their outlet and it’s easy to find what you’re looking for. If you’re not in the loop and don’t follow a lot of CC creators then using Tumblr’s search tool would do just fine. Sims 4 CC is often tagged as S4CC and Maxis Match content is often tagged as S4MM. Looking for skin tones or hairstyles? Add in the words skin and/or hair in your search bar for refined results.