The video game PC Building Simulator has officially appeared on the Steam gaming platform. Players can assemble their virtual “dream PC” in the simulation game. However, popular gaming brands are part of the launch version and should therefore make the game as realistic as possible for ambitious PC builders.


Release after a short early access

After a short Early Access phase, the PC Building Simulator was officially launched today Steam released. The game is offered there for 19,99 euros.

Brands and vendors already in the game also include NVIDIA, Deepcool, and Thermaltake - with an extensive list of options and configurations available for gamers who want to simulate real-world builds as closely as possible.

In the video game PC Building Simulator, gamers become virtual PC screwdrivers: They run their own PC repair shop and take care of everything from simple diagnostics and updates to creating bespoke boutique creations that every gamer would like to own.

PC Building Simulator uses real parts from manufacturing partners like AMD, ASUS, CORSAIR, Deepcool, EVGA, Fractal Design, GIGABYTE, MSi, NVIDIA, NZXT, Razer, Thermaltake and more completely with the simulation comparison software 3DMark.

As tidy as here it is probably only in very few "gambling rooms". Image: The Irregular Corporation
As tidy as here it is probably only in very few “gambling rooms”. Image: The Irregular Corporation

In 2017, a free tech demo of PC Building Simulator was the third most downloaded free Itch.io title that year and was quickly picked up by London-based publisher and amateur PC expert The Irregular Corporation, who worked on it expertly to transform the game into a full-fledged simulation with real hardware and hardware partners so that the players can learn and build the PC of their dreams. Updates in Early Access included completely new features like custom water cooling, cabling and overclocking, plus 200+ new licensed parts as we believe players deserve the most and best options.

More information about the PC Building Simulator is available at http://www.pcbuildingsim.com/.


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