Publisher Epic Games Publishing and developer Spiral House have announced the launch of the third major update for PC Building Simulator 2. The third update brings a new partnership with Phanteks and adds new components, the ability to put custom fans on radiators, and a post-apocalyptic workshop theme which is now available in the in-game Decorator app. To gain access to all of the new content added in the update, all you need to do is update your game version to 1.3 and you will get access to everything in the update.
The partnership with Phanteks was a long-requested feature and now players can finally find their PC components in the game. The partnership is starting with an initial lineup of cases that include the Enthoo Pro 2, Eclipse G500A, Eclipse G360A & Evolv X Digital Midi. Apart from these Phanteks products, the update also adds 3 new cases the Y40 & Y60 Snow White from HYTE, along with Lian Li LANCOOL III, alongside B650 motherboards and the special edition Intel Core i9-13900 KS processor, boosting up to a guaranteed 6GHz. Make sure that you cool it appropriately.
Custom radiator fans is yet another feature that was highly requested by fans and now you will be able to do just that. You can take any water-cooling radiator to the water-cooling bench and select a compatible replacement fan to truly optimize your cooling giving you even more options when it comes to PC customization. If you prefer fixing and assembling PCs at the end of the world, you can pick the free post-apocalyptic workshop theme and apply it that comes teaming with barricades, bars, and ivy-covered walls. It is available from the in-game Decorator app.
PC Building Simulator 2 is now available on PC via Epic Games Store, and you can nab it for just $24.99. The developer is aiming for future updates as well which will bring even more PC parts and components to the game and the details will be released in the upcoming weeks. PC Building Simulator 2 was released back in October 2022 and its Open Beta was held back in July 2022.
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