If you’re confused by this article’s headline, don’t be. We’re not making this up. A bit earlier, PC Building Simulator launched on Steam Early access but that wasn’t enough, as the developers are bringing it to consoles as well. From now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch players will be able to check on what they’re missing out.
If you’ve never heard about PC Building Simulator, it’s exactly what it sounds like. In the game, you can build your gaming PC without any limits, test out some components, and see how they all fit into your build. In addition to this “free build” mode, you can also play through story mode which will allow you to run your very own PC repair workshop. You’ll need to fix your customers’ computers, order missing or broken parts, and keep the workshop profitable and respected.
We guess that some of you might still be smiling. Let’s be serious for a second – PC Building Simulator made into Steam top charts for a reason. It actually is a very high quality carrying simulator that can save you a lot of money if you’re thinking about building your own gaming PC. The game features authentic parts and settings, it also enables players to test hardware and software prior to committing a purchase. PC Building Simulator is a neat learning tool which will definitely help console gamers to get a better sense of what they’re missing.
If you’re interested in building your own PC, want to learn more about hardware components and other inner makings of a magic box that runs your games, check our price for the title.