How to Use the MC Command Center Mod in The Sims 4: A Simple Tutorial
Revolutionize Your Sims 4 Gameplay: A Step-by-Step Guide to MC Command Center
In this video, I'm going to show you how to make the most out of the Command Center mod in The Sims 4. If you've been sleeping on this powerful tool, it's time to wake up and take your gameplay to the next level. I'll guide you through various tips and tricks, starting with enabling essential script mods and custom content. Then, I'll demonstrate how to add more than eight sims to a household and avoid losing Sims when modifying outfits.
We'll also explore the MC Command Center Settings, where you can enable UI and build features. Additionally, I'll delve into the exciting features of the MC Career features, including adjusting homework and career progression. If you're ready to unlock hidden potential and enhance your Sims' world, this video is for you!
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I used MC Command Center 2023.2.0 and MC Woohoo 2023.2.0 in this video.
As of June 13, 2023, there is an updated version of the mods. MC Command Center 2023.3.0 & MC Woohoo 2023.3.0
Here's a link to download the mods via deaderpool-mccc website.
If you are not able to get the mod to work, please refer to my "how to install mods" video for tips. You might not have enabled the mod within game settings, the mod is out of date, it could be in too many sub folders within your Mods folder or you copied the .zip file into your mods folder without extracting it and copying over the .script and .package files.
How to install mods video