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PC Building Simulator Officially Available on Steam

Feb 6, 2019
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If you are looking for a new Steam game to play, you might want to check out PC Building Simulator. This game first arrived on Steam Early Access but it has not officially been released on the PC gaming platform. As you might have figured by the name, this game allows you to build a new PC from within your current PC.

It is a PC building simulation game and a lot of people have enjoyed playing this game during Steam Early Access. We have all of the latest details about this game officially being released on the Steam platform, so keep reading to learn more about it.

PC Building Simulator Finally Released on Steam

A game that allows you to simulate building a computer, PC Building Simulator, has finally moved out of Steam Early Access. This game started on Steam Early Access back in March 2018, and new simulation has slowly been added to the game. One of the cool simulations that were added to the game is Career Mode, which is a really cool mode of the game. In Career Mode, you try a career as an independent computer builder.

Beyond Career Mode, there is also a simulated workshop, which is where you can go to become a repairman. In the simulated workshop, you have to try to diagnose the hardware problems on the computers of your customers. Not only do you have to diagnose the issues, but you also have to try to fix the computer problems for these customers too. There are a ton of different modes and features of PC Building Simulator, and it really does a good job at simulating PC building.

PC Building Simulator Out of Steam Early Access with Multiple Manufacturing Partners

One really cool aspect of PC Building Simulator is that it uses real-world licensed PC components within the program. It was partnered with Nvidia and many other manufacturers to include the real parts that you would need to build a computer.

In the game, you will be able to use the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 and also the RTX 2080 Ti. AMD, Intel, Patriot, Viper Gaming, Thermaltake, ASUS, and Cooler Master are also partners. That means you will have access to several licensed PC components that you can use in the game to build your own PC.

Since you have access to these real-world licensed PC components, it turns this game into an actual PC building simulator as opposed to just a fun simulation program. You could actually use this game to plan out your own real PC build. Another cool thing is that you can run a 3D Mark simulation once you have finished building your computer. This will show you the benchmarks of the PC you built, and could entice you to actually go buy those parts to build a real PC.

PC Building Simulator Price & Benefits

If you would like to check out PC Building Simulator on Steam, it will cost you $19.99 for the basic version. There is also another version of the game called PC Building Simulator Overclocked Edition, which will cost you $24.98. The Overclocked Edition does give you a few custom cases, but that is basically the only difference between the two versions of the game. Whichever version you choose, you will definitely enjoy how this simulation game actually simulates real life and real-world computer building.

In fact, one of the benefits of this game is that it can show you how easy it really is to build your own PC from scratch. A lot of people are nervous when it comes to building their own PC, thinking it is too difficult to figure out. Those without any experience in PC building feel like building their own PC from scratch is just too difficult. This game really does help show you that it is not that hard to do, and in fact, this game is aimed at those inexperienced novices.

What Do You Think About PC Building Simulator?

Choosing your parts, looking at them in 3D, seeing how the parts fit together, and other elements of this game are aimed at those inexperienced PC builders. If you are experienced in building a PC, then you can still have fun with this game by checking out settings and tweaking hardware components. Those with experience will likely enjoy the benchmark part of the game.

If this game sounds like something you might be interested in, you can purchase it right now through Steam. Once you have tried out the game, we want you to come back here and tell us what you think about it. Is this a game that you think does accurately simulate building your own PC? Have you built your own PC before or are you thinking about building your own PC? What is your favorite part to this PC building simulation?