If your characters on Virtual Families 3 are always exhausted even after getting enough rest, this may be due to illness, their beds, or their food supply.
The energy levels of your characters in Virtual Families 3 mimic real life by fluctuating at different times.
However, if you find that your characters always seem to be exhausted even after they have rested for hours during the night, you may want to try treating illnesses, upgrading their beds, or stocking up on food.
- Energy levels in Virtual Families 3
- Virtual Families 3: Always Exhausted
Energy levels in Virtual Families 3
Virtual Families 3 is meant to simulate the way that families behave in the real world, and just like they do in the real world, your characters will have fluctuating energy levels throughout the day and on different days.
There are three main energy levels that your characters can have in the game, including tired, exhausted, and hyper.
Where your character falls between these three main energy levels will depend on what they have been doing or experiencing in the game.
This means that experiences like being sick or not resting enough can make your characters feel tired or exhausted but drinking energy drinks can increase their energy levels.
Virtual Families 3: Always Exhausted
The energy levels of your characters within the Virtual Families game are one of the most difficult aspects for you to control.
However, if you do find that your families always seem to be exhausted no matter what you try to do to fix it, it is important to understand how your characters rest in the game.
Time does not move faster than in real life than in the Virtual Families 3 game, like it sometimes does in other simulation games.
This means that your family in the game is on the same daily cycle as the days in real life and your characters will get tired occasionally and be slower in the evenings, at the same times that you would in real life.
Just like in real life, your characters need rest to ensure that they do not get too tired or exhausted after a full day of activity.
However, because your characters continue their activities and days even when the application is closed, the best way to ensure that your characters are not extremely exhausted every time that you do actively want to play the game is to ensure that your characters get about six to eight hours of uninterrupted rest during the night time.
Although you can switch the day and night times around if you prefer to play during times when it would be night in the real world.
This means that you should not even open the Virtual Families 3 game during these six to eight hours when your game will have its night-time, to ensure that your characters can rest properly.
However, aside from letting your character rest, there are also other things that you can try to make them less exhausted, including treating their illnesses, upgrading their beds, and making sure that there is enough food in the home.
Why treating illnesses will help when your characters are always exhausted
Since your characters in Virtual Families 3 are on the same timetable as a real-life day and they act very similarly to how you would in the real world, their energy levels will also be lower when they are sick, just like yours are in the real world.
Giving your characters medicine or having a doctor check them out when they are ill will make sure that they are not always exhausted in the long term. It is worth noting that antibiotics will also make them more tired for a short while.
Why upgrading beds will help when your characters are always exhausted
In the same way that disturbing your characters while they are resting during the night by opening the Virtual Families 3 game will lead to lower energy levels, sleeping on uncomfortable, basic beds will also not provide your characters with optimal resting conditions.
Upgrading the beds in your game can be a great way to ensure that your characters get enough and proper rest and that they are not always exhausted.
Why making food will help when your characters in Virtual Families 3 are always exhausted
If one of your characters can make enough food so that you can build a decent stockpile for your characters to consume when you are not actively playing the game, then these characters will not waste valuable time during their night-time when they are supposed to be resting, preparing food.