Seeing how I get a lot of PM’s and tags when I mention creating a base save file on the forums asking me how to create one, I thought I would write up a tutorial on how to create one instead of typing it up each time...LOL (c:. It is simple and it will save you a lot of time in the long run. Especially if you’re like me and a super control freak on how your worlds are within your game. I have roughly around 200 sims I have created as townies for my game and importing them into a new game each time I start one is highly time consuming. So, I decided I would just create myself a base to use. Seeing how I am compulsive restarter, it has come in handy often.
- Load up The Sims 4 and start a new game.
- You will need to create a Sim but you do not need to sit and take the time in creating one that you will playing.
- Leave CAS and move your sim to an empty lot.
- Now you can add the lots and sims that you know you will be adding to any new game you play. Along with anything else you want to be in your base game.
Once you are done delete the sim you made in the beginning if want to or if you haven’t already.
- Save the game as Base Game or anything else that would be easy for you know what game file it is.
You now have your base game you can use for each time you want to start a new game. When you start a new game open the game you have just created and then “Save As” to the name of your new game you are starting. I always exit out to the main menu to make sure my new game play save has saved. You don’t necessarily have to do this but I do as precaution.