To be honest with you I can't see this happening in sure I have seen a tweet from sim guru drake saying that there won't be mod or cc support for the PS4 or Xbox one.
Hi @shanarsher This thread is somewhat outdated.. I doubt this will happen however, as there is no easy way to 'store them', ie: on pc, it's merely in a folder within (ie: Electronic Arts/Sims 4/Mods) there is nothing similar for the console edition.
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I think that there should be cc on the console, because it's such a amzing add-on and there are awsome mods. I tried to get it on my labtop, butit kept saying error. I also tried getting it on my computer, it worked but all my exstion packs were gone, and the computer wouldn't let me doanload cc. I watch a lot of youtube videos with cc and it make me kinda sad, cause it's so cool, cute, and makes your game infinity time better.
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@511702 Although EA hasn't really said much about bringing mods or custom content to console other than it did not make the cut when they released it to console, and also shared there are no plans for it in the near future. My assumption is there probably won't be mods or custom content for console ever. The majority of the reason is because the console and PC are vastly different. EA would also have to get approval from a lot more groups including Sony (PS4) and Micrsoft (Xbox) for it to happen. It has nothing to do with EA not allowing Mods or CC for console, but rather it is technically impossible, unless EA had complete control over the mods and custom content, and even then they would have to have a ton of restrictions not to break the console and damage to EA. Even then it would be a big IF. You can't change files or codes on a console like you can on a PC. PC works like this..."Here are the requirements, if your computer can't handle it that is on you" or "If your mod breaks the game, that is also on you." Where as consoles their games are meant to be played on console on high settings. On PC you may or can tweak that. For mods to be supported and work on PC, program files are being moved, where on Console it runs on it's own operating system and won't allow it. Where as anyone can create custom content for The Sims 4 on PC. If they allowed mods on console they would have more problems than they already have.So it is more a technical issue than anything else. However, maybe in the future it is possible, but still looking unlikely.