After the original title became a cult classic back in 2018, PC Building Simulator 2 has finally gotten a confirmed release date after months of beta testing.
In an announcement made by developers Spiral House, we now know when we will be able to build the PC of our dreams, all without having to break the bank on NVIDIA's latest batch of GPUs.
Here is all the information we have on it so far
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PC Building Simulator 2 Boots Up In October
PC Building Simulator 2 will be launching on Wednesday, 12th October 2022 as was announced by developers Spiral House earlier today.
The sequel brings improved visuals alongside a variety of brand new features to deepen and enhance the PC building experience while also stepping up the simulation of hardware and software simulation.
The game will be available through the Epic Games store, and pre-purchases will begin on Wednesday, 5th October 2022 and will have a 10% discount off the regular price of £19.99/€24.99/$24.99.
Players who participated in the free open beta of PC Building Simulator 2 will be given a 15% discount as a thank you for their participation, meaning that if you've tested the game out, you'll be able to pick it up for a decent discount.
PC Building Simulator 2 goes above and beyond the first game, with over 1,200 officially licensed parts from industry giants like AMD, Intel and NVIDIA along with enthusiast brands like Thermal Grizzly. Take your builds to the next level and build the rainbow-coloured PC of your dreams.
The sequel will also include a 30+ hour career mode alongside its free build mode, giving players a journey through the art of custom PC building, completing orders for people and learning about the many, many parts that the hobby has to offer.