PC Building Simulator Now Ironically Available On Consoles (VIDEO)
PC Building Simulator has become quite a cult game of interest among the PC gaming crowd. Part management sim and part utility to build gaming PCs, developer Irregular Corporation and Claudiu Kiss have had quite a journey from the title’s original tech demo. Since then, the game has sold over 750k copies on PC, and is now making its console debut today. Check out the launch trailer right here:
The original vision for PC Building Simulator from Kiss was to make a game about teaching people how to build PCs. But grew to include a story mode in which you run a PC workshop. You’ll make repairs, upgrade, and build high-end gaming PCs with parts from licensed hardware manufacturers to keep your store profitable. Everyone from AMD, Asus, Corsair, EVGA, Nvidia, and even Intel is represented with various components. The game includes step-by-step guides for first-timers to build their own real PCs with, making it a well-thought-out educational tool for anyone who may not be experienced or fluent in PC hardware.
While you will have money as a consideration when running the shop, the game also has a free-build mode for anyone who just wants to make dream machines. Whatever you prefer, PC Building Simulator is available now for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
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Colin is a freelance writer for DFTG with previous bylines at other media outlets such as Twinfinite.