The Sims 4: How To Turn Off The Tutorial

4 September 2014
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The Sims 4: How To Turn Off The Tutorial

Here we will explain for The Sims 4 how to turn off the tutorial you see in-game. These pop-up notification boxes can be really annoying, and the game normally forces you to go through the entire tutorial. Even though they are meant to help you learn to play the game, not everyone needs them. Since there’s not an easy off button, you can manually turn off the tutorial in the Origin game launcher that you sign into each time before you play the game itself.

How to disable the in-game tutorial?:
Step 1: First you have to open the Origin Client.
Step 2: Then Right-Click with your mouse on the The Sims 4 game’s boxart cover.
Step 3: Next you must select the “View Game Properties” options, followed by clicking on the “Game Properties” to open a popup box (as seen in the picture at the top of this page).
Step 4: In the text box below the “Command Line Argument” you can type a code to turn off the tutorial. Copy and past the following code into that text box: ––no_tutorial
Step 5: And finally, click on the “Apply” button to save the change and turn off the tutorial right away.

This video by Rob will show you all the steps to turn off the Tutorial Tips as well.

Tip: Although the tutorial is now turned off, you can turn it back on at any moment!
To do this go back to the “Game Properties for The Sims 4” menu in Origin and delete the ––no_tutorial code and save your change again by clicking on the “Apply” button.

I hope this helped you out in turning off the annoying in-game tutorial.

Please check out our other “How To” guides to enjoy The Sims 4 more! 😀

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Credits: EA & Rob

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Ferry Groenendijk By Ferry Groenendijk: He is the founder and editor of Video Games Blogger. He loved gaming from the moment he got a Nintendo with Super Mario Bros. on his 8th birthday. Learn more about him here and connect with him on Twitter, Facebook and at Google+.


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