How do I enable testing cheats?

Answered by Willian Lymon

To enable TestingCheats, you’ll first need to access the cheat console. The method for doing this varies depending on the platform you’re playing on.

On PC, you can open the cheat console by holding down the Shift and Control keys, then pressing C. This will bring up a small text box at the top of your screen where you can enter cheat codes.

If you’re playing on a Mac, the process is similar. Hold down the Shift and Command keys, then press C to open the cheat console.

For players on PS4, you’ll need to hold down the L1, L2, R1, and R2 buttons simultaneously to open the cheat console.

Once you’ve successfully opened the cheat console, you can enter the cheat code to enable TestingCheats. Simply type in “testingcheats true” (without the quotation marks) and press Enter.

Enabling TestingCheats allows you to have more control over your Sims and the game itself. You’ll be able to manipulate various aspects of your Sims’ lives, careers, relationships, and more.

It’s important to note that using cheats can sometimes have unintended consequences or disrupt the normal gameplay experience. It’s always a good idea to save your game before using cheats, just in case something goes wrong or you want to revert any changes.

Now that you know how to enable TestingCheats, have fun experimenting and exploring all the possibilities it offers!