Pressing Shift + Tab will switch the camera into first person mode, viewing the Sim world from the eyes of your Sim. Watch TV as a Sim! Eat popcorn as a Sim! Mop the floors as a Sim!
Can I control my SIM in first person?
Playing the game in first person is entirely possible. When you move the mouse, you’ll look anywhere (even behind your Sim). If it is clickable from this perspective, you can interact with it.
Sims 4 First Person Mod
Sims 4 Direct Controls Mod ?
Direct Controls is a mod for The Sims 4 that adds a whole new way of playing the game, by letting you control your Sim’s every move.
With the press of a button (F1) you can seamlessly take control of your Sim’s movement and explore the world through their perspective. Controlling your Sims with the keyboard is as natural as it gets if you’ve ever played any other modern third person or first person game before. The controls are as follows:
W, A, S, D: Movement
F1: Enable/Disable Direct Controls
- Smooth Movement System – An entirely new movement system was built from the ground up for The Sims 4 Direct Controls. You’ll quickly adapt to a modern, smooth, camera-based movement inspired by the best third person and first person games out there.
- First Person Support – Yes, the mod has a complete and fully fledged support for the beloved first person camera from The Sims 4. It automatically knows when you’re in first person and all movement systems will adapt to it.
- Automatic Traversal – Go anywhere. Your Sims will automatically traverse any doors, stairs, or evelators in the game. The world is all yours to explore!
- In-Depth Customization – The mod features a fully functional in-game menu where you can customize everything and enable some very interesting features. Be a ghost, be the fastest man alive, be whatever you want to be, move however you want to move! By typing “dc.settings” in the cheats console or clicking on your Sim and going VictorAndrade -> Direct Controls, the following menu is presented
How to Download Mods on Sims 4 ?
1.Download the mods
2.Documents/Electronic Arts/The Sims 4/Mods. Moving the custom content into the Mods folder.
3.Make sure the mods works in your game.
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