Spiral House and Epic Games Publishing’s PC Building Simulator 2 receives its first major update today, bringing a variety of new components and a new partnership with ENDORFY. Players will now be able to build their dream machines fitted with the latest graphics cards and CPUs from Nvidia and AMD.
The update will launch with over 25 brand new components and peripherals for use in your PC building journey, adding to the already hefty list of PC parts. Alongside the new additions of the 7000 series AMD CPUs and NVIDIA RTX 4000 series GPUs, Update 1.1 adds 13th Gen Intel CPUs, including the Core i9-13900K, Intel ARC 770, and 750 graphics cards, plus X670E Motherboards from GIGABYTE AORUS and MSI.
PC Building Simulator 2’s partnership with ENDORFY – previously known as SilentiumPC – introduces a highly-respected pedigree in the world of PC components and peripherals to the game. A selection of ENDORFY’s FERA coolers, VIRO headsets, Navis AIOs, and LIX mice will be available in-game today.
Additionally, the update introduces a brand new cosmetic theme over 1000 years in the making for players’ PC workshops. The Medieval theme pays homage to Epic Games Publishing’s smash-hit strategy title, Going Medieval, complete with wall-hanging shields and PC-inspired tapestry.
PC Building Simulator 2 is available now on the Epic Games Store for $24.99.