The Sims 4 gives you access to a huge online bank of player-created Sims, ready to grab and import in real-time. Not happy with how a situation is playing out? Things going sad when you want them to be happy? Bored of plain sailing and fancy shaking things up a bit? Bring up the menu, grab a Sim whose traits might make things interesting, and boom. In they walk, like chaos theory on legs. An exciting new female guest immediately turned around the flailing party on the previous page, but with fully featured, nuanced Sims available en masse, your characters’ interactions and misadventures should be more malleable and unpredictable than ever before.
This additional content doesn't stop at Sims themselves though: you can also import spaces designed by your fellow gamers, from rooms all the way up to entire homes, letting them play architect for your benefit. You can also upload your own creations to the Gallery for others to download and use, effectively streamlining the post-game mods that, let's face it, were some of the best parts of previous Sims games. Now we have those mods available in-game with one click of a button rather than twenty and a reboot. The devs know us so well.