PC Building Simulator, the indie game about building PCs, is out now on consoles, so we can all be PC master race no matter what platform we play on.
Sometimes I get a little nostalgic for my gaming rig The daily commute leaves little time to relax and life just gets in the way. Now I can relive that feeling of frustration and ineptitude of slotting RAM in the wrong order, on any platform. PC Building Simulator is out now on Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4, and Xbox One and it is exactly what it sounds like.
Originally unleashed back in 2017, this tech demo amassed quite the following on Itchh.io when it made it onto PC. After selling over 750,000 copies, publisher The Irregular Corporation is giving everybody the chance to tinker on the workbench. PC Building Simulator sets players up as an IT Pro with their own PC workshop. Builders are given free rein to construct, repair, and dare I say craft a range of awesome rigs in the virtual workshop.
AMD, Intel, NVIDIA, ASUS, Deepcool, EKWB, and NZXT are just some of the manufacturers who feature realistically modeled components in this game. It doesn’t even end there, with realistic BIOS, OS simulation, 3D Mark benchmarking, and the capability to overclock your virtual box. PC Builder might sound like a glorified advert to peddle hardware, but there’s something engrossing about losing yourself in the build process. It’s not the only example of this type of title and certainly seems to have more traction than Car Mechanic Simulator. Unleash the PC master race in you, PC Builder is out now across the Playstation Store, Microsoft Store, and Nintendo eShop. You can find out more about PC Building Simulator at the official website. Now, we just need a physical release with full RGB customization.