The New Sims 4 Mod Manager App Will Make Handling Custom Content A Lot Easier
Shari Lynn Kramer / 28 Dec 2021
Anyone who is familiar with using The Sims 4 custom content would probably agree that managing mods in this game isn’t a task for the weak-hearted. The update process can drive one to a frenzy: custom content collapses, separate elements get lost, and folders become a vessel of pure chaos. Things get out of control in a matter of seconds, and even great instruments like The Sims 4 Tray Importer and The Sims Mod Assistant that help find broken CC cannot offer much in the way of general content management.
To eliminate or at least reduce somewhat the pressure that many Sims 4 players have to deal with when updating their game modes, a new tool is currently being developed that should make things much more manageable and introduce an option to enable/disable Sims 4 mods and custom content from just one designated place.
What is Sims 4 Mod Manager?
Dubbed ‘Sims 4 Mod Manager’, the future app is meant to make it easier for players to get rid of the custom content they no longer have the need for. The new tool should also include handy filters that will greatly facilitate the process of searching for a particular item or entity. Instead of having to copy and transfer pieces in and out of the Mods folder, the new Sims 4 Mod/Custom Content Manager tool will likely allow users to handle such alterations from a single location.
The tool is still in its early stages of development and has yet to be thoroughly tested by a broader gaming audience. The company welcomes any feedback regarding the product it is working on and uses it to make continuous improvements to the app.
Do you have high expectations for the new tool? How much easier do you think it will make managing mods and CC for The Sims 4? Would you like to test it early? Leave a comment below, and do not hesitate to share this post with friends!