The Sims 4 Element Collection Guide

Gotta collect 'em all!

The Sims 4 has all sorts of hidden gems of gameplay to explore. One of those is element collection. You can be a rare elemental collector in no time if you know where to look.

How do you find elements in The Sims 4?

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Elements are randomly spawned throughout the world in your Sims 4 game. You can collect all elements but one (part of the Get to Work expansion) within the base game. Since elements are ranked with rarity, some elements will spawn more often than others. When you see a brown and silver rock sticking out of the ground outside, dig it up and send it to the Geo Council (send by clicking on it in your inventory) to test and determine which element it is. To get the plaque for collecting all elements, you do not need the element from Get to Work.

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How many elements are there to collect in The Sims 4?

There are 15 base game elements you can collect, as well as one additional element found in Get to Work. You can store all of your elements in a rack bought from Build/Buy mode to keep better track of them. Here are the elements you can find.

AlcineatCommon
GoobleckCommon
MelacooCommon
Oxypin Common
OzinateCommon
PhozoneCommon
SeliumCommon
SydrolinCommon
VolentinCommon
PerylliumUncommon
PlathiumUncommon
WolfiumUncommon
CrytacooRare
FiraxiumRare
PlumbobusRare
Xenopetrium(Get to Work,
Alien Material)

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