I don’t know about you, but I get terribly anxious when it comes to PCs. As much as I want to build my own, I always worry about not putting it together correctly or breaking something. So when I heard about PC Building Sim, I knew that I would be the target audience. But how realistic is this sim? Turns out, PC Building Sim has many partners, including the recently announced partnership with MSI!
MSI’s GeForce GTX 10 and Radeon RX family Gaming series GPUs will be fully recreated and function accurately within the simulation at launch. The powerful Z370 Gaming Pro Carbon & Z270 Gaming Pro Carbon motherboards will also be part of the PC Builder’s toolkit. PC Building Sim also has partnerships with Cooler Master, EVGA, Futuremark, and 3DMark, among others.
Ted Hung, VP of motherboard sales at MSI, said the following – “We are proud to cooperate with The Irregular Corporation and believe with the MSI gaming products integrated in the game, we can make PC building more accessible and fun to beginners together.”
For those of you who do not know, PC Building Simulator puts you in your own shop and has you create fully functioning gaming PCs. The game is designed to be incredibly detailed, so players can experiment with different builds and have accurate results from the builds. Everything is fully animated so you can see exactly where each component will go. For beginners (like myself), the game provides a tutorial system, which guides players step by step through the PC building process.
PC Building Simulator hits Early Access on March 27th. For more information, check out their Steam page as well as their website. In the meantime, check out the new trailer announcing the partnership with MSI!