So, you want to add more danger and risk to your Woohoo in The Sims 4? We aren't judging, and we even have some great tips on how to get you to tweak your Sims' Woohoo exactly to your liking.
Sometimes, you want it to be a bit more realistic than having to click the try for baby button when you want to... try for a baby. So, this is how to get Risky Woohoo!
How use Risky Woohoo in The Sims 4
To be able to use Risky Woohoo in The Sims 4, you first need to grab the download for the MC Command Center mod. Go to the site and follow these steps:
- Go to the Download tab and download the necessary files.
- Find the download folder on your PC. Make sure you unpack/unzip the folder first by right-clicking and pressing Extract All.
- Relocate the files into the path of Downloads>Documents>Electronic Arts>The Sims 4> Mods
- Enable Script Mods via the Game Options part of the Menu in The Sims 4.
After adding the mod, boot into your game and find a computer within your household; this is how you will be able to control the newly installed mod. If you don't already have a computer in your house, you will need to purchase one from the Build/Buy section in the top right-hand corner of the screen.
Once on your computer, you will see a new command called MC Command Center. Click on this and then go MC Woohoo>MC Pregnancy>Risky Woohoo Percent.
By clicking on this and changing the value, it will make it possible to become pregnant from just Woohooing instead of having to click Try for Baby. The numbers range from 0 to 100, with 100% being the certain end of the scale, making it so that every Woohoo encounter will end up with a pregnancy. If you set it to 0 then it will never occur.
There are lots of other settings within the MC Command Center, so you can discover those and mess around with them as well to make the game even more interesting!
What is Risky Woohoo in The Sims 4?
Risky Woohoo is not a cheat code or hidden mode within the game, nor was it created by studio Maxis. Rather, it is a fan-created Mod (modification). Please bear this in mind, as you will need to install the mod to make this work, and it will alter your game slightly to make these changes take effect. Don't worry, some effects regarding the Woohoo mechanic might change, but the Mod has been tested by many players and will not break your game.
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