BitLife: How to Improve Happiness

BitLife, how to improve happiness

How to Improve Happiness in BitLife

BitLife is a game that’s all about controlling someone else’s life. From birth to death, all of your choices will impact your character’s position and lifestyle. That said, here’s how to improve your happiness in BitLife.

Happiness is one of the keys to having a great and fulfilling life, as you can lose your job and develop mental health concerns if it drops too low. It’s worth noting that this trait stays higher for other people than most. Regardless, there are crucial steps you need to take to keep that meter high in BitLife.

If your character is feeling down in the dumps, there are a few activities you can do to raise their happiness level:

  • Go on a Vacation – Now who doesn’t want to embark on a fancy cruise or travel the world? if you’re planning on going on a trip, make sure you pick some popular destinations with the best service available. It’s a bit heavy on the wallet, but it’s definitely worth it.
  • Find a Relationship – Sometimes it’s rough getting by alone. One thing your character in BitLife might need is the company of others or, rather, a romantic partner.
  • Watch a Movie – Movies are a great way to raise your happiness, and it’s pretty cheap, too. There’s a chance your character might watch a boring film, but the gamble’s still worth it.
  • Visit Your Family – Another thing you can try in BitLife is make your character visit their family. While it can raise happiness, it could also lead to family bickering.

Apart from these methods, one way of raising happiness is by old age. As you progress, ageing should take away your chaaracter’s burden and mend their happiness. It’s cost-free, but it’ll take a chunk of time.

That’s pretty much everything you need to know about how to raise happiness in BitLife. For more tips and tricks on the game, be sure to search for Twinfinite.

Here are a few guides to help you get started:

About the author

Twinfinite Staff Writer

Irwyn Diaz

Irwyn was a Staff Writer for Twinfinite from 2017 to 2019 covering as many RPGs and action games that he could get his hands on. He is a diehard Final Fantasy fan who just can't stop playing Opera Omnia. Playing Games Since: 1998, Favorite Genres: RPGs, Horror