Sims 4: All Kill Sims Cheats

sims 4 kill sims cheats

The Sims series has always been about managing your little Sims’ lives. Building them a house, raising a family, and enriching their lives in any conceivable way you can think of. Or you can just kill them. Either way, the world of Sims is your oyster. An oyster that also has kill Sims cheats!

While yes, in theory, you can kill your Sims without using cheats in The Sims 4, that can take quite some time. The easier way to put an end to that Sim that continues to just piss you off for reasons unknown it to just use one of the cheats below.

How to Enable Cheats in The Sims 4

You can’t just go typing in these kill Sims cheats down below willy nilly. You’ll need to type them into the console command bar. This can be opened by pressing CTRL, Shift, and C at the same time.

While you don’t necessarily need to do this next step for these Sims, we advise doing it anyway, just so it’s out of the way and you won’t need to worry about it in future if you start experimenting with other cheats.

With the little window open by pressing CTRL, Shift, and C, simply enter “testingcheats true” and press Enter. This will allow you to use all kinds of cheats in The Sims 4. Now, onto this kill cheats themselves.

Sims 4 Cheats to Kill Your Sims

It’s worth noting that none of these cheats are guaranteed to result in your Sim dying right that very moment. Instead, these basically alter their traits and stats to the point they’re on the brink of death. Then it’s just down to you to push them over the edge, you maniac, you.

If, you’d rather not embark down the route of cheats, and would like to plan out your Sims untimely demise a little more hands-on, then we’ve got a complete guide on how to kill Sims in The Sims 4 to give you a few ideas to ponder.

There you have all the Sims 4 kill Sims cheats you need to do your dirty work for you. You can check out more on The Sims 4 below.

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Chris Jecks

Chris is the Managing Editor of Twinfinite. Chris has been with the site and covering the games media industry for eight years. He typically covers new releases, FIFA, Fortnite and any good shooters for the site, and loves nothing more than a good Pro Clubs session with the lads. Chris has a History degree from the University of Central Lancashire. He spends his days eagerly awaiting the release of BioShock 4.