The new Sims 4 expansion pack, Cottage Living, has landed and it is already delivering on an udder level. Yeah, that was a terrible cow pun. But this pack also holds the promise of bags of wholesomeness, a much-needed distraction when it sometimes feels like the world has gone to hell in Crumplebottom’s handcart.
Even if you are not usually enchanted by fluffy creatures, you might be surprised to find an uncontrollable aaawwww escape from your lips when you first see one of the wild rabbits appear. In fact, you might find yourself so endeared by these computer generated creatures that you never want them to go away.
Sadly, these adorable rabbits don’t stay too long. And if you’re desperate for a bit of dopamine, you might find yourself a little bit depleted. Fortunately, as with most things in The Sims 4, there’s a cheat to fix that.
There are people who play The Sims and never resort to a single cheat, but we are not one of those people. And if you are not one of those people either and want constantly cute bunnies in The Sims 4 Cottage Living, then you’ll be glad to know you can just buy them in debug mode.
We say buy, but the world gets a bit better because the bunnies are free, if you are willing to cheat that is. To spawn bunnies without waiting for them to arrive on their own, just turn on testingcheats in The Sims 4 Cottage Living and enable debug items. Then hop on over to buy mode and you’ve pulled a rabbit out of a hat.