The Sims 4 Gets Keyboard and Mouse Support On PS4 and Xbox One With Update 1.14
The Sims 4 is finally playable on consoles as it is meant to be played with a new update that has added Keyboard and Mouse support to the game on consoles among other changes.
EA has released The Sims 4 update version 1.14 today. It has been out for a couple of hours by now so while you were wondering what it even does in the game, it was revealed that The Sims 4 should be playable through Keyboard and Mouse now on PS4 and Xbox One.
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While this is a nice feature, if you want to adjust the sensitivity of the mouse or change the control scheme for left-handed players, EA has added some new options that you can tweak to get the desired result.
You may be wondering how to adjust the mouse sensitivity or switch to left handed play. PlayStation 4 and Xbox One handle these settings for you. Just head to the following locations on your console to make changes:
- PlayStation 4 – Settings > Devices> Mouse
- Xbox One – Settings > Kinect & devices > Mouse
Other than that, this update brings in Lunar New Year content adding new recipes, new clothing, and accessories for Adults, Children, and Toddlers.
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There are more details available for The Sims 4 update version 1.14 that you can access in the patch notes shared by EA.
The Sims 4 has been out for a while now and while it was a little difficult to play on consoles, this should be no problem now with the new support for Keyboard and Mouse. Now you can enjoy The Sims 4 as they were intended to be played on PS4 and Xbox One.
Source (EA Support)