PC Building Simulator sweeps out more than 100,000 copies in just a month

The Irregular Corporation has announced they have managed to sell over 100,000 copies of their recent game, PC Building Simulator. The game has reached these heights in just four weeks after launch, and it’s still in Early Access phase on Steam.

PC Building Simulator sweeps out more than 100,000 copies in just a month.

It is nothing strange that PC Building Simulator stepped on this throne since its pre-alpha demo that was released by Claudiu Kiss, the original indie developer, was downloaded for 500,000 times.

Following the recent success, PC Building Simulator tweeted:

The overwhelming support we’ve had from the PC gaming and building community has been nothing short of phenomenal. We are extremely grateful to everyone who has provided feedback. This is the whole reason we wanted to launch into Early Access.

As The Irregular Corporation promised, they will continue developing future updates that will enhance the gameplay experience. Talking about updates, is now available, which brings some fixes, hardware parts and counterparts.

PC Building Simulator has also proven to be quite an educational title, helping people learn new things about assembling a PC.

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