Aspirations are a big part of the Sims series because they add more game play, and these are some of the best ones that players should try.
It’s been about 9 years since The Sims 4 came out. Since it came out in 2014, a lot of Simmers have spent a lot of time and energy learning about all the cool and weird things the game has to offer.
Since The Sims, goals have been an important part of the game, and The Sims 4 is no different. With all the packs, players have a huge number of goals to choose from. Even so, many of them still choose the same ones over and over again. Here are the best goals in The Sims 4 that will get your Sim to try something new and get out of their comfort zone.
Even though this goal came in last, it’s still fun enough to make. This goal comes with the Eco Lifestyle pack and is a great choice for players who want to try out the crafting features of the pack.
This update gave crafty Sims and Simmers a lot of new things to do. Eco Lifestyle has a lot to offer. Players can make candles and furniture, and they can also find the materials they need in a way that doesn’t harm the environment.
This aspiration comes with Cottage Living and is great for a farmer Sim who wants to spend their whole life taking care of their plants and animals. Taking care of a farm isn’t easy, but this goal will make things a little bit easier.
This aspiration requires players to get to know the farm animals, harvest crops, and even compete in Henford-on-Bagley. This simple-looking aspiration will force the normal Sim to leave their comfort zone and touch some virtual grass.
The Jungle Adventure pack was recently made available to players around the world for the first time as part of an offer by EA and Epic Games. This is a great goal for people who want to learn more about the world of Selvadorada but don’t know where to start.
This desire will lead players to the archeological wonders that are waiting to be discovered, and they may even have more questions than answers when they’re done. Selvadorada is a beautiful world just waiting for a daring Sim to come along and find out its secrets. This desire will be a great guide for that Sim.
Compared to other skill-based aspirations, this one has a little more variety and is actually pretty fun and easy to try and finish. Even though Sims need to eat, it’s pretty easy for them to pick up the cooking skill on their own. However, this goal also requires Sims to be in the culinary field.
Sims will also need to improve their Cooking skill and move up in their careers. They will also need to throw some great parties. This is a nice change from how skill-based goals are usually set up, and it pushes players without being too hard. Since players only have to get a silver award at the dinner party, it gives Sims a little room to be stupid, which they often do.
If a Simmer wants to get rich quickly, buying an easel is the best way to go. This is a pretty normal skill-building goal, but it’s about one of the most lucrative hobbies in The Sims 4.
Choosing this goal also makes drawing a little bit easier and makes it more likely that Sims will make good works of art. This is a great choice if you are new to The Sims 4 or if you just want to make a lot of money.
This goal is a great choice for Simmers who want to go from being poor to being wealthy. So much of getting money in “From Rags to Riches” involves running around the neighborhood and picking up as many things as you can.
This not only gives players a reason to look for collectibles, but also makes them better at finding high-quality items, which generally sell for more. Aspiration points can be used to make a “rags-to-riches” a lot easier, so this aspiration is a great choice for any Sim taking on this task.
Even though it’s pretty common for supernatural packs to include goals, this one is different from the other vampire packs. It still encourages players to try out the pack, but it also presents a big task.
Even though it’s easier to use Strauss’s less-than-ideal ways to quench thirst, the Good Vampire goal encourages Simmers to try something new and maybe (for once) have a heart. This goal might be good for players who have tried vampires before and want to try something new with the same pack.
Even though the Strangerville pack can be pretty divisive, it’s fun to play as you try to figure out what a small town’s big secret is. This is the way to go if you want to see everything Strangerville has to offer, including its items.
This goal will show players everything they need to know to be ready to face the Mother Plant. Having a Sim try to solve this puzzle will make for an interesting story, and players will be rewarded for their time and hard work.
This nefarious goal adds a fun twist to the usual Simming experience and encourages players to be terrible neighbors. Sims with this goal are the worst, but they don’t care because that’s how they like it.
This goal will force some Simmers out of their comfort zones and force them to play Eggy Car differently than they usually do. Players can make their Sims good in some ways, like by making them good parents, to make the game more difficult, or they can make their Sims bad all the way through.
Big Happy Family
This goal is about the long run. There are some goals that can be reached in one time of life, but this one will take longer, but it will be worth it in the end. This desire is a great way for family-oriented Sims and Simmers to learn more about what family life has to offer.
With the latest expansion, Growing Together, Sims who have this ambition will have even more complex family relationships. This goal is great for Simmers who want to start a memory challenge.
This goal is full of both the chaos and romance that Simmers love about The Sims games. This nefarious goal encourages Sims to be homewreckers and completely ruin their neighbors’ love lives, but most of all, their own.
This will be hard for the normal Simmer, but it’s a hard task that comes with a lot of drama and a lot of story ideas. This will be a lot of fun for Simmers, especially those who can’t get enough of making trouble in all their games.
This new goal from the Island Living pack adds a new twist to goals in general and is one of the easiest for Sims to reach. This goal is all about relaxing and enjoying life on an island, which makes it a very easy way to get some happiness points.
Giving this to Elder Sims who just retired or Lazy Sims will make for great stories when players just let their Sims hang out for a while instead of running around trying to build skills or advance in a job. This is a different way to talk about goals, but it fits right in with the beach vibe.
This goal comes in first place because it is so different and useful compared to some of the other options. Even though many of these goals could be given to different Sims, the experience will pretty much always be the same.
Every time you play with a Renaissance Sim, you do something different and new. Players can try out new skills and give their Sims personalities that are unique to them. This goal is great for both new and experienced players who want to see everything the game has to offer.
What goals a player wants to reach will depend entirely on how they play. It’s always fun to try out new things and play around with them, which is exactly what Simmers can do with some of these fun goals.