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How to Beachcomb in The Sims 4: Island Living

Look for buried treasure!

by Madison Benson
Beachcombing in The Sims 4 Island Living

Beachcombing in The Sims 4: Island Living has some great benefits if you’re willing to invest time into it. If you’re starting at a blank balance, you can easily make some extra Simoleons by digging through the beach for seashells. You can also help out the environment by combing for trash. As a bonus, you must do this if you want to complete the Beach Life aspiration, so it’s good to get started now! If you’re interested in learning more, continue reading to discover how to beach comb in The Sims 4: Island Living.

How to Beachcomb in The Sims 4: Island Living

The main part of beachcombing in The Sims 4 is to head to a sandy area like Ohan’ali Beach or Sand Simoleon Beach and click on the ground. You’ll find options to build a sand sculpture, move to that spot, or begin beachcombing. Within the beachcomb category, you can either search for trash or seashells. Whatever you want to find is entirely up to you, but either way, doing this will lead you to the activity.

How to Beachcomb in The Sims 4 Island Living

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It’s important to note that you’re not guaranteed to find any good items right away. It may take several tries to find your first seashell or piece of trash, so don’t give up! While finding a seashell or garbage isn’t rare, it’ll take some time, especially if you don’t have the best luck.

As well, while I mentioned two beaches as good beachcombing locations, you’re not limited to these spots. Anywhere with sand in Sulani is a good place to start, even if it’s right outside your house.

The Sims 4 is available on PC, Mac, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 through the official website. If you’d like to learn more about the game, check out How to Climb Mt. Komorebi in The Sims 4: Snowy Escape and How to Join and Create Clubs in The Sims 4: Get Together.

Madison Benson

Madison is a writer who has played video games for over twenty years. If she isn't playing games on her PC, she's likely hanging out with her dogs and rabbits.