Sims 4 Apocalypse CC & Mods For A Custom Build –

I’m Casey and I’m back again with another build I’ve been tinkering with. I’ll start out with a bit of a warning, this is a very very custom build, and heavy on the CC. You will need to be prepared to do some heavy modding, or you can use the tutorial I’ve provided to prepare you for the process.

It was a week ago that I decided to take on the Sims 4 Apocalypse mode challenge. I figured I would test the waters, but I actually found that I’m near obsessed. And since it’s been over a week since I’ve started, I figured it was time to make one of my S4 Apocalypse CC and Mods posts.

This mod for the Sims 4 Apocalypse includes updated CCs for the main game, including custom buildings and objects, custom lot and neighborhood deco, and more. It also provides a custom house and neighborhood that you can build.

For a long time the apocalypse has piqued people’s curiosity.

People love to envision these situations, devise their own survival strategies, and play video games to live out their dark dreams.

And, to be honest, a life simulator like The Sims is ideal for that.

It automatically takes into account the little details that most apocalypse-themed games overlook, such as necessities.

Even after the end of the world, there’s more to life than eating and sleeping!

While it’s very simple to turn The Sims 4 into an apocalyptic experience, build mode is a different matter.

Players were clearly never intended to construct very run-down homes, which is exactly what you’ll need for this kind of game.

But with custom content, you’ll never be left unsatisfied just because your Sim’s house looks a little too nice. This list has everything you’ll need to make a build with that abandoned & forgotten look you desire.

 

1. Horrible Set

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The set isn’t bad in and of itself; it’s the contents that are.

They resemble something from a long-term post-apocalyptic situation, which is fantastic.

There are lots of things here to give your construction that worn-out, abandoned, and decayed appearance.

First and foremost, the apocalyptic pillar has arrived – pallets!

They come in a variety of shapes and sizes, including a headboard, tables, and décor. Anyone who enjoys the end of the world (in fiction, I hope) understands how handy they are.

People often shatter them for firewood, kindling, barriers, or even as a floatation device.

But, as much as I enjoy the pallets, there are a lot of other cool items here, such as a variety of raggedy, filthy furniture, ornate barrels, doors, and cinder blocks, as well as furniture.

 

2. Clutter for Survival

Survival Clutter for The Sims 4

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If you’ve played Strangerville, you’ll recognize some of this, but there’s a twist.

This designer has isolated the products from their shelf, which makes a huge impact.

You may now utilize these official goods with a lot more flexibility. They’re perfect for the apocalypse since they’re designed especially for survival.

I suppose they are hidden in all of Strangerville’s conspiracy theorist underground bunkers.

But how can you tell when a conspiracy theorist is no longer a social outcast? When they are shown to be correct in the apocalypse.

Your Sim may be the one to tell everyone, “I told you so,” while simultaneously having their own private stockpile.

These are the kinds of things that, in the end, will be more valuable than gold. An ammunition case, a bag of potatoes, canned food, a gas mask, a torch, a toolkit, and a plastic jug are all essential items for every survivor.

 

Set of Post-Apocalyptic Life

Post-Apocalyptic Life Set / Sims 4 CC

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This collection has so many great items that it could stand alone as a bundle.

Every object in this room is damaged, filthy, and worn, giving it a genuine post-apocalyptic feel.

The outside objects, which include broken down cars, crooked and rusted chain link fence, shattered pallets, and lots of trash, are very stunning.

However, the interior things, in my view, stand out the most.

Especially if, like me, your Sims don’t get much exposure to the outside world. There’s just too much delicious drama and hijinks going on inside to allow them out.

You won’t have much of a reason to send them out with all of this.

This is the best the apocalypse has to offer.

Sure, the drapes are ripped, the room is filthy, and the majority of the furniture is beyond repair. But, guess what?

Your Sim will have a home that is still standing, as well as a secure place to sleep.

 

4. Backdrop Replacement for Apocalypse City

Apocalypse City Backdrop Replacement for The Sims 4

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Depending on how you want the world to end, the game’s present beautiful, perfect backgrounds may not be sufficient.

Willow Creek and Newcrest should be in ruins if it’s the end of the world!

Flames, smoke, and chaos should all be present!

With Bakie’s latest invention, you’ll certainly get that sensation.

With towering flames and billowing smoke pouring from formerly regular structures, it’s rather frightening to see… It’s also a lot of fun.

To keep The Sims new, it’s always a good idea to switch up major aspects of the game, and nothing does that quite like seeing several buildings on fire in the skyline.

 

5. Stackable Industrial Containers

Industrial Stackables / TS4 CC

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Improvisation accounts for 90% of survival.

That’s most likely a genuine quote. I’m not sure. It’s something I made up.

But it’s understandable, right?

What your Sim owns at home will eventually run out, break, or become outdated. However, the post-apocalyptic world is their oyster.

Everything is there for the taking after law and order has been restored.

Crates, barrels, and oil drums, for example, are all extremely useful.

They may be used as tables, raincatchers, or fuel storage — the possibilities are endless!

However, as entertaining as it is to pretend, just a few activities will be feasible for your Sims. These are all tables with slots on top where you may put lights or junk.

 

6. In-Brick Hole Window & Old Roof Tiles

In-Brick Hole Window & Old Roof Tiles / Sims 4 CC

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It’s wonderful fun to utilize buildings created by other Simmers, but it’s also a lot of fun to make your own. Something unique to you.

You may feel restricted when it comes to apocalyptic builds.

The Sims 4 isn’t precisely set in a post-apocalyptic environment.

You can make your post-collapse ideal house a reality with a little CC and a lot of imagination.

The brick hole window is exactly what it says on the tin. It’s literally simply a pit surrounded by bricks.

But what’s really great about it is that, because of how it’s manufactured, you don’t have to put it on brick wall coverings to match them. It may be used on anything, from paneling to paint, to make it seem as though the inner layer has been revealed.

The roof covers will also come in useful.

A rusted tin roof is one type, while an ancient tile roof with missing shingles is another.

Both look extremely natural and will work well if you want your home to seem as though it hasn’t been maintained in a few years.

 

Radium Dining Room No. 7

Radium Dining Room for The Sims 4

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A Sim must eat regardless of the situation.

A dining area would be useful regardless of whether there is radiation, zombies, or radioactive zombies.

It just won’t look as good as you’re used to.

This set will enable your Sims to dine in luxury during the apocalypse, at least as far as the apocalypse is concerned. You won’t have to leave one inch of the room untouched by apocalypse, thanks to fallen chairs, damaged tables, and twisted paintings.

There are even some ornamental empty cans, indicating that this isn’t your Sim’s first time making do with what they have after The End.

 

Bunker Furniture No. 8

Bunker Furniture / Sims 4 CC

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Some may disagree, but I believe the concept of a bunker is a lot of fun.

Many individuals seem to agree, since the concept has been brought up many times in The Sims.

Imagine simply relaxing underground, with everything you’ll need for a long time right at your fingertips.

I’d be happy to survive the apocalypse forever if all I needed was a supply of food and a power source so I could play Sims.

Non-Sims players, on the other hand, need a little more.

It’s why preppers spend so much time meticulously constructing their bunker, paying attention to every detail.

This kit, created specifically for a nuclear disaster, focuses on essentials as well.

It includes a variety of military-grade storage bins, basic and functional bunk beds, and all of the furnishings your Sim will need after the apocalypse.

There isn’t any more, and there isn’t any less.

It’s only through being reasonable that you’ll make it!

 

Bunker Equipment #9

Bunker Equipment Set / TS4 CC

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As essential as furnishings and physical supplies are, keeping your bunker operational will need a bit more.

Fortunately, Severinka_ (the same designer that created the above-mentioned furniture set) has everything you’ll need right here.

The nine things here are mainly for building up a post-apocalyptic tech center, which includes a radio station, two electrical panels, an oscilloscope, and a microphone.

Without ever leaving the safety of their bunker, your Sim will be able to keep a watch on the outside world.

There’s also an air conditioner which is a nice addition. You simply know that without having air conditioning throughout the summer would be the end of most people’s underground lives.

 

Modification 10: Dirt on Any Floor

Dirt on Any Floor Mod for The Sims 4

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There are infinite possibilities no matter how the World Ends

Except it’s almost certain it won’t be a pleasant experience.

Survival takes precedence over cleanliness. It wasn’t even a top priority for some individuals to begin with.

I’m staring at you, Sims are slobs.

Your Sims’ safehouse, bunker, or whatever other location they choose to call home amid the zombie apocalypse won’t last long.

Grime may build up naturally when your Sims abandon items such as the stove or countertops, but this method allows you to make the filth more permanent.

These are technically carpets, and there are five different patterns that you may layer and put anywhere you want.

Grubby, sooty, chalky, dusty, greasy, and mossy are among the six swatches offered.

Hmm. Lovely.

But, unlike a normal rug, they don’t come in a single form; instead, there’s a lot of space for you to be creative.

There are overlays in three sizes: small, medium, and big, as well as wall-length and corner pieces.

 

11. Blood Splats Stickers & Rugs

Blood Splats Stickers & Rugs / Sims 4 CC

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Without blood, it wouldn’t be an apocalypse.

It’s abundant in every book, film, and television program, and for good cause.

Because some individuals are spooky and like gore? Maybe that’s part of the reason.

But mainly, it’s because, no matter how hard you try, your luck will ultimately run out.

Someone you care about will very certainly get bitten, infected, poisoned… whatever the situation may be.

And your body’s initial reaction will almost certainly be to bleed.

As a result, there will be even greater chaos.

You’re going to have blood on your hands at some time, whether it comes from you or someone else… and feet, as well as on the walls and other surfaces.

With bloody footprints, handprints, splashes, and smears for both the floors and walls, these stickers and carpets will enable you to “decorate” your construction more appropriately.

 

Broken Windows No. 12

Broken Glass Windows for The Sims 4

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Windows will almost certainly be one of the first things to disappear in any building.

Glass is a delicate material. Because, you know, it’s made of glass.

Your construction will have a little more authenticity with these ornamental spiderweb breaks. There are a variety of sizes and styles to suit both large and small windows.

The huge fractures in the glass give the window a sorrowful sight; if more than half of the glass is gone, it’s no longer a window, but a hole.

The minor breaks, on the other hand, present a less bleak image, with the glass remaining largely intact despite having been put through the wringer.

 

13. Window Décor with Boards

Boarded Window Décor / Sims 4 CC

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You’ll definitely want to cover your windows after they’ve been broken out (for whatever reason).

Peeping Toms or intruders are the last thing you need to worry about while you’re already in the middle of a zombie apocalypse.

Boarded up windows are an important element of the post-apocalyptic look, therefore it’s great that this artist has made them available to you!

Peacemaker offers a variety of styles for both indoor and outdoor use. For a beautiful, realistic appearance, mix and match the thicker board covering with the more sparse ones.

From faded and graying hues to bright browns, the wood pattern is available in 5 distinct samples.

 

14. Garbage Collection

Garbage CC Set for The Sims 4

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The trash guys will not come after the apocalypse. You’ll still have a lot of garbage, however.

It’ll simply keep building and heaping up until the streets are overflowing, cities are flooded, and rivers are flooded.

The true end of the planet is trash.

When you have to figure out what to do with your own trash, you know the good old days of civilisation are over.

Putting it out in your own yard, at least for a time, is probably the best option. This is when this kit comes in handy.

It’s all about trash, yet it seems to be very appealing. Better than you’d think trash would look.

This artist created a number of full trash bag drawings as well as a large amount of loose debris.

 

Clutter from Seven Cities Ago

Seven Cities Ago Clutter / TS4 CC

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This clutter collection, which is inspired by a different video game franchise (Half-Life), can help to grunge up your construction.

It includes a slew of brand-new objects for The Sims 4, like filthy beds and gas canisters. Exciting!

No, but it’s really quite nice.

Because with this material, you can portray the apocalypse’s desperation in a manner that The Sims 4 wouldn’t otherwise enable you to.

There are also some dumpsters, cinder blocks, traffic cones, a bicycle, books, pots & pans, plus much more.

Everything is “beaten up” to different degrees, making it seem extremely realistic without being too realistic for TS4.

Special thanks to the creators of The Sims 4 Apocalypse CC & Mods for the creation of the mod. Just a small note I’ve seen on other sites like “The Sims 4 Apocalypse CC & Mods For A Custom Build”, which is the same mod, just with a different description. I don’t know why they call it “Apocalypse CC & Mods For A Custom Build”, since it actually isn’t CC and it doesn’t include mods at all.. Read more about sims 4 apocalypse save file and let us know what you think.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is CC bad for Sims 4?

CC has been bad for the sims 4. It is considered cheating. It is not a game changing thing, but it is something that you will not be able to get away with. https://www.easports.com/the-sims/a-description-of-the-rules

What CC is best for Sims 4?

EA has made it very difficult to modify CC. It is very time consuming, and if you do not know what you are doing, you can corrupt your game. If you are looking for CC that will not break your game, check out the tumblr page: https://jk

Can you get CC worlds in Sims 4?

No, unfortunately you cant unlock CC worlds in the Sims 4. However, if you are using the newest expansion pack, Get Famous, you can unlock certain career outfits for your sims. This is done by going to the fame institute and taking a picture of your sim that can

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