Players can build their dream system with the official launch of PC Building Simulator. Builders have a wide range of vendors to choose from including new comers NVIDIA, Deepcool, and Thermaltake.
In 2017 PC Building Simulator appeared on Itch.io as a free tech demo. It gain fame as the third most downloaded free title that year. The game was scooped up by The Irregular Corporation and came out as an Early Access release in March 2018. From there the game was crafted into a full PC building simulation complete with real-world software and hardware partners.
When players are building the PC of their dreams they are able to select from a real-world parts list. The list is made up of partners from AMD, ASUS, CORSAIR, Deepcool, EVGA, Fractal Design, GIGABYTE, MSI, NVIDIA, NZXT, Razer, Thermaltake, and 3DMark with simulation benchmarking.
During Early Access the game received many updates that included the addition of custom water cooling, customizable cables, overclocking, and more that 200 new licensed parts. The game also boasts a very positive user rating on Steam with over 5000 reviews. With the games launch The Irregular Corporation plans to bring new partners, parts, and features in the future.
PC Building Simulator is now available in its official v1.0 launch on Steam for $19.99 USD. A special launch promotion runs until February 5, 2019 for $17.99 USD.
The Irregular Corporation (@IrregularCorp Twitter) is a London based publisher founded by industry veterans whose focus is creating and supporting original games for niche markets and communities. Since 2017 the company has been working on Sailaway: The Sailing Simulator which recently saw its exit from Early Access. The publisher is also working on the recently announced experimental action adventure title Under a Porcelain Sun from Studio Oleomingus.