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The Sims 4: Best Mods for Family Gameplay


Check out our top five mod picks to enhance family gameplay in The Sims 4!

Are you looking for some new mods to flesh out your Sims 4 families? We’ve picked out five of the best Sims 4 mods to add depth and dimension to your Sim families! These Sims 4 mods will enhance your family gameplay and keep you invested in those legacy challenges!

Sims 4 Best Mods for Family Gameplay

Ultrasound Scan

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Image Credit: LittleMsSam

This mod by LittleMsSam enhances pregnancy by allowing your Sims to have an ultrasound done, so you can Find out how many babies are expected, the genders, and hang the ultrasound on the wall as a keepsake.

Realistic Childbirth

Sims 4 Best Mods for Family Gameplay: Childbirth
Image Credit: PandaSama

This mod is a must-have for family players! PandaSama’s childbirth mod makes the process of giving birth more immersive. Choose a home birth, hospital birth, natural birth, c-section, or water delivery and watch the miracle of childbirth happen before your eyes!

WooHoo Wellness Mod

Image Credit: Lumpinou

This mod my Lumpinou is a huge overhaul of everything from pregnancy to relationships. It has dozens of modules to choose from so you can customize your family gameplay experience exactly to your liking with endless possibilities.

More Traumatic Divorce

Sims 4 Best Mods
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Sometimes, family life isn’t happy. Sometimes, it’s hard and this mod leans into the less-than-perfect aspects of family gameplay. When Sims get divorced, their children will be affected by the breakup much more severely than they did before. Sad, yes, but very realistic.

Education Overhaul

Mods for Family Gameplay
Image Credit: KawaiiStacie

While High School Years definitely gave the high school experience a glow up, elementary school is still boring. Not anymore with KawaiiStacie’s education overhaul! This mod adds preschool for toddlers, online schooling, and enhances both elementary and high school with more skill building options and more interactions.

Looking for more family content? Check out our ultimate guide to raising families!

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