Flip the switch on your gameplay with these amazing and vibrant sims 4 reshade presets.
Anyone playing sims 4 for a while tends to look for ways to improve and expand their gameplay experience through custom content to mods.
And what’s better than giving your entire game a facelift, so to speak?
Sims 4 reshade presets have the ability to change up the feel and look of your game.
While some reshades are more suited for screenshots, lighter presets can often be used while playing if your PC is up to the task.
So let’s look at how to get started with Reshade for the sims 4.
And if you are thinking of making the switch to GShades, don’t forgot to check out our post linked at the bottom of this list.
Disclaimer: The following mods are neither endorsed nor affiliated with The Sims, Maxis, or Electronic Arts. Any use of mods (custom content or game mods) should be done with caution and with the knowledge that there may be risks.
Where to Get ReShade for Sims 4?
You can find the latest version of the ReShade mod on the following link below.
Since not all sims 4 reshade presets work with the same version of ReShade, check out the version listed by the creator on their preset’s page.
Some creators will link to the specific ReShade version you need to get, while others just list it.
If it’s not linked, a quick Google search should do the trick to find it.
How to Install ReShade for Sims 4?
If you are new to Reshade and using presets, you’ll likely want to get more familiar with the process.
Below is an easy step-by-step tutorial on using ReShade by Harrie.
You’ll also find some of Harrie’s sims 4 ReShade presets featured in our list.
And, of course, don’t forget to read each creator’s instructions for their reshade before you try it out.
Favorite Sims 4 Reshade Presets
I’ve gathered this list of sims 4 Reshades that I enjoyed using for my gameplay.
You may discover a few Reshade presets that you’ll want to apply to your game.
This list contains reshahde presets that will either affect the game’s general look or help to take amazing screenshots.
1. Clear Pop Sims 4 Reshade by amoebae
I love Reshades that affect the overall look of the game’s environment and give it a fresh new look.
If you want to enhance the game’s color palette, this preset is what you need.
This Reshade preset lives up to its name because it makes the colors so vivid and colorful; it makes them pop!
The colors look amazing compared to EA’s color palette; it’s a totally new game.
2. Sims 4 Reshade Preset by Malixa
If you want to add natural lighting and all that comes with it, try this Reshade preset.
The preset lightens the colors, much like how sunlight affects colors in real life.
Like good lighting, this sims 4 reshade has better shadow effects for a more realistic appearance.
When you add the blurred effect for the background, it highlights your sim for better screenshots.
3. Citrus Drops Reshade Presets for Sims 4 by simdle
These sims 4 Reshade presets add warmer tone of colors to your gameplay.
It does that by increasing the hue toward yellow, mimicking the lighting a sunset would give.
There are two Reshade versions, both of which have the same color tones, but the blurring effect is where they differ.
On version 1, you get a slight background blur, while version 2 is more prominent, which will also slightly blurs your sims.
The creator has included some shaders you will need for these presets.
Make sure to read the details on the page linked below.
4. Eventide Sims 4 Reshade by Palakoslip
This preset is much like the previous one in terms of color tone, but it’s different in its own way.
On top of giving a warmer tone to your game’s colors, it also makes the color lighter with reduced shadows.
This will give the surroundings better visibility so that you see more details the shadows would’ve otherwise hidden.
5. Starry Dust Sims 4 Preset by StarrySimsie
This reshade is a perfect example of balance; a few little tweaks here and there make a world of difference.
You will notice that it lightens the colors and gives the scenery and your sims smoother shadows.
Adding some depth of field, aka blur, blends well with the rest, making this preset a great all-rounder.
6. Ambrosia Preset for Sims 4 by peachyfaerie
This reshade is another excellent find that gives the game more vibrant colors.
By increasing the color saturation, everything looks brighter and more vivid.
You won’t want to go back once you compare it to how the game was before this preset and how it becomes afterward.
7. Reshade Preset for Screenshots by ManaWhims
The Reshade is another perfect example of an all-rounder preset.
You get brighter colors, better-looking shadows, and some depth of field.
You will notice that everything looks more detailed; that’s the magic of sims 4 reshade presets.
This preset makes lovely screenshots, but if the blur is too much for gameplay, toggle it off.
8. Reshade Preset for The Sims 4 by Milkee’s CC
I absolutely adore this sims 4 reshade preset because of how well it makes the colors appear on the screen.
Everything looks so much clearer and more defined.
It’s the similar to getting the game a free HQ treatment but by using Reshade.
When looking for the file’s link on the creator’s page, it’s not noticeable initially, but you need to click on “dl” at the bottom.
9. Sunset Skies Sims 4 Reshades by Qwerty
With this Reshade file, you get two presets for the price of one.
You get brighter colors overall, making the player’s gameplay experience more appealing.
Version 1 plays a bit with the shadows effect, which looks better for screenshots rather than gameplay.
Version 2 doesn’t have those enhanced shadows, making the game look more natural, which is why it’s better for gameplay.
10. Minty Sims 4 Reshade Preset by Draeyad
This Reshade pack keeps the original brightness of the game and adds more vibrancy and better shadows to the mix.
So keeping the game’s original color tone while elevating the rest shows just how good the game can be using today’s visuals.
You will notice a subtle DOF blur, which is the right amount without going overboard.
11. Strawberry Sugar Reshade by Lady Simmer
If you’re seeing red, your eyes aren’t playing a trick on you; it’s because of this Reshade preset.
This preset gives some elements of the game a reddish tint.
This preset makes it look like a late afternoon, which creates the perfect scenery for good in-game screenshots.
12. Drift Reshade Preset Mod by amoebae
This sims 4 preset for Reshades is one of my favorites because the results are remarkable.
I love the added fog effect, which makes stunning nighttime shots and even early morning ones.
This preset was primarily made for scenery pictures, which is so true.
My morning shots look so good, but nighttime photos using the night-use bloom shaders are where this preset shines.
There is so much happening in the background regarding Reshade calculation and processing; reading the download instructions is always a must.
The creator says performance may take a hit, but it ran smoothly on my machine and hopefully on yours as well.
13. Reshade Preset for Sims 4 by TheBlondeSimmer
This Reshade is the latest we’ve tried and is a great addition to this list.
This preset highlights your sim in a bright, crisp, and beautifully colored way.
The creator recommends you grab her shaders and textures linked on the preset’s page.
As a side note, this Reshade can also be used as a sims 4 GShade, if you ever decide to make the move.
If you are interested in GShades, check out our article’s link at the bottom of this page.
14. Slip Shady Sims 4 Preset by Palakoslip
I love how everything looks with this Reshade preset.
You get the perfect combo of better lighting, which makes the colors look warmer and lighter.
The added shadows and blurred-out depth of field are spot on, with the right amount without overdoing it.
All in all, this sims 4 Reshade preset makes the game’s graphics look much better.
15. Vintage Palms Sims 4 Reshades Preset by Harrie
You’ll want to use this preset for some added realism to your sims’ environment.
This preset of Reshades lightens the game’s colors by giving them a more natural tone.
It also makes the game look softer and appear less saturated.
The colors look much more realistic, like a bright and sunny day.
It’s undoubtedly a big improvement over the original game’s darker color palette.
16. October Mist Sims 4 Reshade by simdle
This preset of Reshades is quite interesting, and the results are even more so.
It brings much-needed brightness and shadows for a more realistic feel.
While at the same time, it dims down the color hues for darker tones of color.
That DOF effect is always a nice touch to complete the revamp.
To sum up, this reshade brightens stuff all around while deepening other colors, much like the fall season.
17. Lunar Sims 4 Reshade Preset by simancholy
This preset does wonders for taking screenshots.
For starters, the brightness is reduced, making the colors look a bit shady but warmer and softer at the same time.
We get better-looking shadows for that realistic touch, which works beautifully.
You also get the option for two levels of depth of field.
One version makes the background a bit fuzzy, while the other is more pronounced.
The first is better suited for gameplay, while the second is more for screenshot purposes.
I like that the creator has included in the file an illustrated step-by-step guide on how to install Reshades.
These instructions make things easy when first starting the Reshade journey.
18. Sims 4 Preset for Reshade by amoebae
If you love The Sims 4: Cottage Living expansion pack, you will love this Reshade preset.
You can see it as an upgraded version of the Henford-on-Bagley world.
The preset replicates the appearance of that enchanting world but also fixes some lighting issues that people complained about.
It tones down the vibrancy of the colors to make them appear more natural while keeping them beautiful and bright.
This Reshade preset is definitely worth a try.
19. Fade Away Reshade for Sims 4 by Palakoslip
These Reshades will lighten colors, much like how a sunny day would affect surfaces, giving them a more natural appearance.
It will make shadows seem less dark while adding some in places where they were lacking, making textures look less bland.
This Reshade is a fine example of a job well done.
20. The Sims 4 Reshade Preset by peachyfaerie
If you want to give your game a wow factor, this Reshade pack will do just that and then some.
It will bring more life to your gameplay with bright colors by enhancing the hues of each color.
This preset looks vibrant when compared to the original game’s color tones.
Ideally created for CAS, this preset can also be used in-game.
21. Hunny Bee 2.0 Reshade by cherry cheeks
This lovely preset gives a warmer tone to colors and gives objects a certain haziness and glow.
It makes incredible screenshots, especially outdoors, where the scenery will look mesmerizing.
As a side note, according to the creator, this Reshade could most likely work as a GShade preset.
Also, grab and install the creator’s recommended shaders to best replicate the results.
22. Reshade Preset for Sims 4 by Miiko
This reshade preset will give your game’s content a softer, smoother, and warmer color saturation with the perfect touch of sharpness.
Let us talk about that stunning DOF effect and how it makes objects appear as if they are glowing.
This reshade mod helps to make breathtaking in-game pictures.
23. Moods Sims 4 Reshade Presets by amoebae
The Moods collection of presets is intended for screenshot purposes based on the player’s mood in color.
With this Reshade, you can set the stage with the color tone of your choosing among 30 different colors.
Whether you want your sim and the world to appear in black and white, red, or even purple, you can.
Every little setting is perfectly tuned to create the best possible pictures for you.
24. Nostalgia Sims 4 Reshade by Palakoslip
For a softer and warmer tone of color backed by a gorgeous blurred-out background, this preset easily does the job.
The added shadow effect helps to highlight certain details in objects that raise the bar even more.
This sims 4 Reshade is easily one of my faves, and I still use it in my gameplay to this day.
25. Daisies Reshade Preset for Sims 4 by breezytrait
With the blurred backdrop, heightened brightness, and shadows, this reshade mod has all the right stuff.
When all of these elements are combined, you have the recipe for a nice setup for taking great shots of your sims.
You can also use this preset for gameplay, but be wary of older computers, as it may take a toll if you have a slower PC.
26. Livid Sims 4 Reshade Preset by Charly Pancakes
All the little tweaks applied by this preset do wonders and provide more realistic visuals to your game’s world.
It reduces some unnecessary tints but just enough to keep things colorful and well-saturated.
This sims 4 Reshade is ideal for taking screenshots of the landscape, and it amazes me how good my pictures came out.
27. Lightbrigade Sims 4 Reshade by Harrie
If you want to keep things simple and are looking for a Reshade preset that’ll brighten your gameplay, this is the one.
This Reshade mod file will make everything seem livelier with brighter and more flashy colors without being excessive.
The improved colors produced by this preset completely change the game’s vibe, and it’s a must-have for any player.
28. Daisy Reshade Preset by Samani the sea bunny
This sims 4 reshade preset focuses on the central objects, blurring out the rest in the process.
You’ll get brighter colors, a sharper image, and a subtle glowing effect on the subject at hand.
It also makes excellent use of the MXAO, providing just the right amount of shadows.
If you don’t have the MXAO, version 4.0.2, it’s included along with the reshade file.
29. Summertime Sims 4 Reshade by Joyceisfox
For a brighter and lighter-colored image, this reshade preset does a great job mimicking the bright and natural sunlight.
You’ll notice the increase in the bluish tint, which helps increase the image’s brightness.
These colors, mixed with the depth of field effect, make everything look more natural and realistic.
This sims 4 reshade is better used during the daytime for taking gorgeous outdoor pictures or for better visuals in general.
30. Sims 4 Reshade Mod by Amoebae
These sims 4 reshade presets are a great all-rounder that can be used in any lighting situation.
Whether used indoors, outdoors during the daytime, or at night, these reshade presets enhance your game’s visuals in practical ways.
They produce sharper images, better shadows, and more vivid colors for more realistic settings.
Using a faded background effect simulates fog and gives an illusion of depth to the game’s scenery.
This sims 4 reshade preset is definitely worth a try.
31. Eris Reshade Preset by Cerubean
The preset used in this reshade makes excellent use of cinematic depth of field, allowing you to set a focal point in your screen and blurring out the rest.
With the fine-tuning of the game’s visuals, everything looks similar to the original while subtly enhancing the lighting and shadow effects.
You also get better saturation for more vivid colors, and you’ll notice the addition of a glow effect on objects.
This sims 4 reshade makes the game brighter and less dim than the usual default settings.
32. Eleannora Preset for Reshade by TalentedTrait
These presets add brightness to your game’s visuals and give them a glowing effect on sims and their surroundings.
The glowing effects make surfaces appear grainy and slightly blurred, but not as much as the blurred DOP used for the game’s background.
All these reshade settings combined make everything look hazy, but in a good way, much like in a dream.
33. Blogueira Reshade Mod for Sims 4 by Serenity
For a combination of warmer colors, redder hues, background blurriness, and lighter shadows, these reshades do wonders.
Applying these settings to your game reproduces both beautiful and natural sunset lighting.
The best thing about using this sims 4 reshade mod is that it doesn’t affect your game’s user interface.
So, this mod makes it perfect to use while playing, and it also make great-looking screenshots.
34. Avani Sims 4 Reshade by Minimooberry
This sims 4 reshade mod increases the red hue of your game’s colors for better saturation.
It lowers the brightness level, making everything appear dimmer.
You’ll notice a subtle DOP for surrounding objects and background.
Also, the reshade adds a glowing effect on sims.
Due to the load of video rendering and processing in the game’s coding, it’s not recommended for in-game use.
But you can use this reshade to make great-looking pictures of your sims.
35. PrimRose Reshade Preset by Shriekingllama
This reshade provides colors with more red hue and better saturation for more vivid colors.
It focuses on the more upfront object, blurring out the rest of the surroundings.
The best part of this preset is the great use of the MXAO for terrific-looking shadows and more natural visuals.
You can’t use this sims 4 reshade for gameplay without performance tracking a hit, but it makes for gorgeous screenshots.
36. Athena Reshade Mod in Sims 4 by Networksims
With this reshade mod, you get warmer and more natural lighting by toning down the game’s blue hue while increasing the red one.
The overall visuals will seem brighter, and with the increase in reds, the outdoors will look like it’s sunset.
Having lower blue tones makes the colors look darker in lower-light settings.
Final Thoughts on Sims 4 Reshade Presets
Sims 4 reshade presets are all you need to enhance your visual gaming experience.
With the right preset, you can take epic pics of your sims or their surroundings based on the Reshades you chose.
Let’s not forget gameplay; with Reshades, you can unlock the game’s potential with better-looking visuals.
It’s important to test them out and have fun with them.
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