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PC Building Simulator can be hooked for free at EGS (until 14th)

If you enjoy the satisfaction of building custom PCs, but the current market situation is getting in the way, you can enjoy this constructive pastime virtually (for free) thanks to the latest Epic Games Store Giveaway. This is a bit of a bargain as the game/simulator is still selling. on Steam at time of writing for £14.99.

PC Building Simulator has come a long way since its release in 2018, with many modern components and accessories from big brands available in its virtual PC workshop. In addition to the free-build sandbox mode, where you can use any component you want without worrying about the world, perhaps trying out build ideas, there is a career mode available. In career mode, run a business building, modifying, and repairing PCs for clients, factoring in hardware costs, labor, and profit.

The developers have added the ability for you to even overclock and check how your virtual PC would compare in 3DMark and they have add-ons that take the form of various sets of premium branded PC gear and a DLC where you work as a PC technician of the eSports team. , and all those details.

According to our headline, you can get PC Building Simulator now, for free, through EGS. Make sure to do it before the giveaway expires on October 14.

epic game achievements

In related news, earlier this week Epic Games announced that its much-requested achievement system will begin rolling out. release next week. Epic is making it “quick and easy” for developers to implement this system in their games and have EGS players rack up XP.

The first batch of EGS Achievements friendly titles next week will be Rocket League, Hades, Pillars of Eternity, Kena, Zombie Army 4, Alan Wake Remastered and more. Expect widespread adoption within the games available at EGS “later this year.”

To coincide with the above, Epic has created a new Achievement details page where you can share and track your progress. This will be helpful to see how you’re doing, regarding achievement badges and unlocks.


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