How to turn your Sim into a vampire in The Sims 4


How to turn your Sim into a vampire in The Sims 4

Filling the basic needs of the characters is essential to survive in The Sims 4 . However, everything changes when you become a vampire , having to eat, sleep and go to the bathroom is no longer a priority, thus making fun, hygiene, socialization and thirst for blood become the most important thing.


Being a vampire has many advantages, because in addition to reducing the needs you have to fill , it makes you immortal and gives you a wide variety of vampiric powers that no human Sim could ever do. This is why becoming a follower of Dracula is a highly recommended option if you want to save time and make various daily activities much easier than normal. If you want to learn how to become a vampire, in The Sims 4 Complete Guide you can see all the steps you must follow to achieve it.

How to become a vampire in The Sims 4?

As in many movies, in The Sims 4 humans transform into vampires when they are infected by being bitten by their hunter. In this case, it is done through plasma transfusions when a vampire drinks the blood of a human. In order to become a vampire you have to do the following:

  • Becoming friends with a vampire.
  • Increase the relationship to approximately 80% friendship or love .
  • Look in the "Friendly" options .
  • Click on «Request to convert» (it has a bat icon).

When you do this, the vampire will show its dark form, bite you, and begin to perform a blood transfusion that will infect you. The vampire transition takes approximately 36 hours to complete, first your Sim will experience strange things with their current needs and will begin to be confused by the drastic change in appetite.

Once the transformation is complete, the Sim will obtain their own dark form that can be modified . In addition, several vampiric options and a skill system will be added that are unlocked with vampire points. It is important to say that being a vampire you have to protect yourself from sunlight, as it could be lethal. 

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