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Do you want to create an exclusive gardening club or maybe an adorable little cross-stitching club in Henford-on-Bagley? Well now you can!
The Sims 4 Cottage Living has added a few new club options for players who also own The Sims 4 Get Together. In this article, we will cover how to create your own club and as well as the new details that come with the new expansion pack.
Now, setting up a Club is easy. Simply head over to the Clubs panel on the right-hand side of the user interface, and you’ll have the option to join a Club.
The Club Manager will then appear with a list of currently established Clubs, but you will want to select Create a Club at the bottom of the pop-up instead. While there is already a Garden Gnomes club, you can continue with that one of create a new one which is tailored more towards Cottage Living.
From there you can start to customize different aspects of your Club. From the Club name, the Club Hangout, members, requirements and club activities.
As with any club, there will be some requirements your Sims will need to meet before they can join. You’ll find three new club requirements that you can choose from.
- Animal Enthusiast (Trait)
- Lactose Intolerant (Trait)
- Cross-stitch (Skill)
Likewise with the new requirements, there are two new club activities that you can choose from as well.
- Cross-stitch (Arts & Music)
- Care for Animals (Outdoor)
You can keep track of Club members and activities in the Club interface as well as start/end a gathering, modify Club outfits and buy Club Perks.
The great thing about the club feature and The Sims 4 Cottage Living is that there are plenty of other club requirements and club activities that work hand in hand with this pack. It can vary depending on which packs you own, but there are a variety of gardening and animal based you can also use when creating your clubs.
Once you have set up your club and customized it the way you want, you are all ready to go and can start your first Club Gathering! Don’t forget to check back later and spend those Club Points too!
Let us know what kind of Cottage Living inspired clubs you plan on creating!