Sims 4 Infants Attachment Guide
The latest update for The Sims 4 is set to add a new Life Stage to a Sims’ life – the Infant stage. This is the stage between Baby and Toddler. As such, it is a vital part of your Sims’ development cycle. During Infancy, your little Sims are going to develop attachments for their caregivers. There are several types of these attachments, and they depend on how well the Infant has been cared for. In this Sims 4 Infants Attachment Guide, we are going to explain everything that you need to know about how this works in the game.
The Sims 4 Infants Attachment
Like with Infants in real life, the Infants in The Sims 4 will grow more or less attached to their caregivers according to how well they are taken care of. This includes doing things such as feeding your Infants, playing with them, giving them a bath, and so on. If your Sims caregivers provide quality care and respond quickly to the Infant’s cries for help and attention, then the Infant will feel much more at ease – and attached to – those Sims. On the other hand, if your Infant is ignored and cries too long, then they will feel neglected.
Sims 4 Infants Attachment Reward Traits
There are three possible Attachment Reward Traits that your Infant can get in The Sims 4. These are: Top-Notch Infant, Happy Infant, and Unhappy Infant. If you have provided your Infant with all the possible care and support it needs, it will become a Top-Notch Infant. They are naturally very optimistic and chipper, and openly trust other Sims. The Happy Infant likewise sees the world as an overall nice place and they don’t have trouble bonding with and trusting other Sims. Finally, the Unhappy Infant. These Sims have been neglected during infancy. Because of this, they have a hard time believing in other Sims.