Werewolves are among the most well-known “classic” monsters. They’ve appeared in almost every form of media, including video games. They will now be available in The Sims 4’s upcoming Werewolves expansion pack. In this new expansion, you will be able to become a werewolf and live out your furry fantasies. But how do you transform your Sim into a werewolf? As it happens, you can become a Werewolf in The Sims 4 Werewolves Pack in a variety of ways, and we’ll go over all of them in this guide.
How to Become a Werewolf in Sims 4
This can be done in four ways.
The first is the most common: getting bitten by a werewolf. Through the Ask to bite interaction, you can ask a Werewolf that is already in the game to bite you. The Werewolf will then bite you, and the Lycanthropy virus will spread to you. Then, this is broken up into four parts. These are The Painful Bite, The Insatiable Hunger, and The Ravenous Hunger. They all lead up to your Sim’s first full-fledged Werewolf transformation.
The second way also involves a Werewolf biting you. Only this time, a wild Werewolf can accidentally bite you instead of doing it on purpose. You will get Werebies if you do this. This is a quicker way to turn into a Werewolf. Go to the Grimtooth Bar if you don’t want to turn into a werewolf this way, since it’s not your choice. “Ask for the Werebies Remedy” when you get there. You should be aware, though, that you need to hurry, since you don’t have much time left before this change becomes permanent.
The third way is to be born a werewolf. You can either be a Greater-Blood Werewolf, which has a lot of Werewolf powers, or a Dormant Werewolf, whose powers (usually) don’t show up. And finally, the last way is to just make a Werewolf Sim in the CAS. No matter how you become a Werewolf in Sims 4, it will be a lot of fun to play as one of these creatures.