That's right, the PC building sim has expanded its reach to all three major modern consoles, so even your controller-wielding buddies can assemble a faux PC.
PC vs Console?
Why should you have to choose!
PC Building Simulator is now available on PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch! pic.twitter.com/7Mfi96u4yM
— PC Building Simulator (@PCBuildingSim) August 13, 2019
Romanian developer Claudiu Kiss conceived of the idea a few years ago with the goal of trying to "teach people about building PCs while still having fun." It was later picked up by Irregular Corporation, and has grown leaps and bounds since the early alpha builds.
It is a much more fleshed out simulation now, with several third-party hardware companies having jumped on board. ASUS, Cooler Master, Corsair, MSI, NVIDIA, NZXT, Patriot, Zotac, and several others are represented in the simulation. There's also a few bits of DLC available, including the Razer Workshop, which consists of a Razer-themed design and aesthetic.
After assembling a PC, users can test it and even run it through a 3DMark benchmark run. In short, it is an entire PC experience, and it is now available on consoles. Here are the links...
The simulation is on sale at the Microsoft Store for the next six days, after which it will revert to $19.99. Likewise, PS4 players can snag it for a discount if they are PS Plus members, otherwise it run $19.99 there as well.