Let’s get Phancy
Liverpool, United Kingdom – 2 May 2023. Spiral House and Epic Games Publishing’s PC Building Simulator 2 receives its third major update today, bringing a variety of new components and a new long-requested partnership with Phanteks. Update 1.3 also brings custom fans on radiators, and a free post-apocalyptic workshop theme, available now in your in-game Decorator app.
PC Building Simulator 2’s partnership with Phanteks features an initial lineup of cases including the Enthoo Pro 2, Eclipse G500A, Eclipse G360A & Evolv X Digital Midi. Elsewhere, the update introduces 3 more new cases – the Y40 & Y60 Snow White from HYTE, along with the Lian Li LANCOOL III, alongside B650 motherboards and the special edition Intel® Core™ i9-13900 KS Processor, boosting up to a guaranteed 6GHz – assuming it’s appropriately cooled!
In addition, players will be able to enjoy a brand new feature – custom radiator fans. Take any water cooling radiator to the water cooling bench and select a compatible replacement fan to truly optimize your cooling.
Lastly, players can repair PCs like it’s the end of the world in the free post-apocalyptic workshop theme teeming with barricades, bars and ivy-covered walls – applicable now in the Decorator tablet app.
PC Building Simulator 2 is available now on the Epic Games Store for SRP £19.99/€24.99/$24.99.
Check out Spiral House on their official site and Twitter, and keep up with Epic Games Publishing on the Epic Games Store and Twitter.
Charlotte Kenny | Gianfranco Lagioia
About PC Building Simulator
Since launching in early access in 2018, the PC Building Simulator franchise has gone from strength to strength, with two career mode expansions and seven workshop DLCs selling over 2 million copies, plus an additional 11 million players claiming the title for free on Epic Games Store in September 2021. PC Building Simulator 2 builds on the original’s recipe for success with an expanded and improved feature set, making those dream PC builds look and function more realistically than ever.
About Spiral House
Spiral House is a Liverpool, UK based game developer passionate about developing interactive entertainment on all leading platforms including PC, consoles, and mobile devices. Established in 1998, Spiral House has a successful track record for developing and assisting on numerous major key titles such as MotorStorm, Little Big Planet and EyePet for many of the biggest global developers and publishers. The development team is a creative, passionate team whose experience extends as far back as the Commodore 64, all the way up to present day consoles.
About Epic Games
Founded in 1991, Epic Games is an American company founded by CEO Tim Sweeney. The company is headquartered in Cary, North Carolina and has more than 50 offices worldwide. Today Epic is a leading interactive entertainment company and provider of 3D engine technology. Epic operates one of the world’s largest games, Fortnite, and Epic has over 600 million accounts with over 4.7 billion friend connections across Fortnite, Fall Guys, Rocket League, and the Epic Games Store. Epic also develops Unreal Engine, which powers the world’s leading games and is also adopted across industries such as film and television, architecture, automotive, manufacturing, and simulation. Through Unreal Engine, Epic Games Store, and Epic Online Services, Epic provides an end-to-end digital ecosystem for developers and creators to build, distribute, and operate games and other content.
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