Sims 4 First Person
Sims 4 is a really great simulation game. We really know that most gamers love to play sims to escape reality to forget their troubles and stress. The classic gameplay of the Sims 4 is already enough to deliver an outstanding fun experience. But there is one other less famous game mode which takes the simulation experience to a whole new level. Sims 4 First Person game mode takes the classic simulation experience to the ultimate. In this Sims 4 First Person Mode, you can dive into the body of your sim to view the game from his perspective. The gameplay is all the same but the only change is that you will be seeing from his eyes instead of the fixed third-person camera perspectives. This makes the whole game feel like a new game and it’s really awesome. Sims 4 First Person Camera also has additional options like the field of view and the controls are also pretty easy to catch on. Getting around the world and interacting with people is twice as fun in this mode. You can see the actual impressions on faces and it is pretty hilarious at times. So, to enter this amazing first-person mode, make sure your game is patched with the relevant version (latest version) and pressing shift + tab takes you in Sims 4 First Person Camera controls to it. Sims 4 First Person Camera controls are also not that hard as the movement system is the same as the regular mode. Right-clicking to use ‘move here’ command works as well in this mode. Left-control will stop the camera and recenter and the space cycle you through the sims in the household. The controls might seem a little confusing, especially when trying to go through a door. But if you have the right practice with the right commands and clicks, the first-person view is way more fun than the classic mode.
How to use first person camrea
Shift + Tab
Enter/Exit First Person Camera mode.
Left Arrow / Right Arrow
Change which Sim you’re currently controlling while in First Person Camera. (Even pets!)
Left Mouse Button
Interact with the world.
Right Mouse Button
Select the other side of doorways, walls, and floors. Allows traversal between rooms or across different floors.
Shift Key (Hold)
Control the mouse cursor and the User Interface while in First Person Camera.
Move your view around, separate from the direction your Sim is currently looking.
Snap the camera back to where your Sim is looking.
Adjust the Field of View settings (useful if you experience motion sickness.)