PC Building Simulator is now available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Switch consoles

Now you can sit back, relax and plan your PC gaming setup room in your own console with PC Building Simulator

Wow who would have thought? But now you can create your dream PC at the comfort of your living room via your consoles. The popular PC Building Simulator was available exclusively on the PC via Steam until now. The end goal was straight forward. But the popularity of building your dream PC setup and setup room catapulted its gradual success and steady growth. This idea brought in many users to use the simulator and even get many DIY, component and peripheral manufacturers to sign up and have its stuff in the game.

At the time of writing, PC Building Simulator is providing 10$ off when purchased via Steam.

Supported component and peripheral makers

This resulted in many companies like Nvidia, Intel, AMD, MSI, Corsair, EVGA, Fractal Design, NZXT, Cooler Master, Gigabyte/AORUS, ASUS/ROG and even EKWB on board, giving a plethora amount of PC cases, motherboards, graphics cards, coolers and even custom liquid cooling loop and cables. This should also prompt console placement options in the game on all platforms.

Best way forward

The console variations simply push that popularity forward. This is great for any of the console gamers feeling left out. What’s even great is to see the adoption of this simulator on the Nintendo Switch. This way, people can plan their dream or future setups on-the-go. This will even encourage more component makers to get onboard the PC Building Simulator. Many users have multiple console setups with their main PC systems as their daily driver. So it makes a lot of sense to see this on consoles.

Sony even showcased the trailer of the simulator in its official Youtube channel, which gained some entertaining reactions. Hey, why would I not be happy? All hail the PC Master Race! All hail the six console race?

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