Sim – Life Cycle

The Sim life cycle in The Sims 4 is divided into 8 stages:

  1. Newborn: Newborn Sims are helpless and can only do a few things, such as eat, sleep, and cry. They will need to be taken care of by their parents or guardians.
  2. Infant: Infant Sims are still helpless, but they can start to do more things, such as crawl and walk. They will also start to develop their own personalities.
  3. Toddler: Toddler Sims are more independent than infants, but they still need a lot of help from their parents or guardians. They will start to learn how to use the toilet, talk, and dress themselves.
  4. Child: Child Sims are more independent than toddlers, but they still need some help from their parents or guardians. They will start to go to school and make friends.
  5. Teen: Teen Sims are almost adults, but they still have a lot of growing up to do. They will start to date, go to prom, and make important decisions about their future.
  6. Young Adult: Young Adult Sims are at the beginning of their adult lives. They will start their careers, get married, and have children.
  7. Adult: Adult Sims are in the prime of their lives. They will continue their careers, raise their families, and enjoy their hobbies.
  8. Elder: Elder Sims are at the end of their lives. They will retire, spend time with their grandchildren, and reflect on their lives.

Sims can die at any age, but they are most likely to die in old age. When a Sim dies, their spirit will leave their body and go to the afterlife. There are a variety of different afterlife destinations, and the Sim’s final destination will be determined by their actions in life.

The Sim life cycle is a journey that is full of ups and downs. It is a time for learning, growing, and experiencing all that life has to offer. It is also a time for love, loss, and change. The Sim life cycle is a beautiful and complex thing, and it is one of the things that makes The Sims 4 such a special game.