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With The Sims 4 Multiplayer mod, you can play The Sims 4 real-time on the network and “live together” with other players in the same household. See what the others are doing, interact with them, and have fun together!

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Important: This mod only works with The Sims 4 v1.68.154.1020 or later patches

What does this mod do?
This mod allows multiple players to play together with the same save file at the same time over the local network. It's a full script mod packaged with a server application that should be run on one of the PCs participating in the game.

Conflicts
There are currently no known conflicts with other mods. (It might conflict with other full script mods though.) Important thing is to have all players the same set of mods/EPs.

How to install
It is necessary to already have a save file with all the Sims created, the house should be built, and all the necessary items should be bought beforehand since currently only Live mode is supported, build & buy mode are in experimental phase. (features might work but there is no guarantee) It is also important to have a save with time paused.

One of the PCs will act as a server and should do the following additional steps:
1. Start the launcher
2. Host a game by selecting an already created save file
3. Start The Sims 4, load the save file, and enter your household
4. You should see a notification verifying your game has successfully connected to the server.

The other PC will act as remote client and should do the following additional steps:
1. Start the launcher
2. Join a game by entering the IP address of the host player (displayed in the launcher on the host machine)
3. Start The Sims 4, load the save file, and enter your household
4. You should see a notification verifying your game has successfully connected to the server.

At this point you are all set up, feel free to start the time and enjoy the multiplayer The Sims 4 experience! (please note that only the server’s player can control the time)