Sims 4 is the most popular life simulation video game with a huge player base. If you are new to this addictive game, we are sure you will enjoy the ride. You can create your Sims with unique personalities, decorate their houses and apartments, create pets, build, and many other exciting things.
It all sounds like fun, but sometimes, the game can be sluggish, and one of the things you can do to make it faster is to change the screen resolution. By doing this, the game may load more quickly as well. If you would like to do that but are unsure what steps to take, keep reading. Here, we will show you how to change screen resolution in Sims 4.
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How to change screen resolution in Sims 4
Making the changes in Sims 4 settings is not as complicated as you may think. Here is what you need to do:
- When the game loads, click on the three dots in the top-right corner of the screen
- This will open the Menu
- Click on Game options
- Graphics options are the first ones that will open
- Click on Resolution
- Choose the resolution you want
- Once you are done, click Apply changes
If you are playing in a household, you don’t have to exit the game and go back to make changes. Just click on the three dots in the top-right corner of the screen and click Game options to change the resolution when the menu opens up. If you are having issues with the game and if the game is running slow or you find it sluggish, you should reduce the resolution.
When you are in the Graphics section, you can change the display type, refresh rate, etc.
You can always make changes again by following the steps we have listed here.