PC Building Simulator 2 is getting an open beta on the Epic Games Store

What just happened? The Epic Games Store has launched an open beta for PC Building Simulator 2, the sequel to one of 2019’s surprise hits. The game builds on the success of the original. This time around, you’ll have access to over 1,200 individual components from over 45 real-world brands, including AMD, Nvidia, Asus, Corsair, HyperX, and NZXT, to name a few.

The beta will be to concentrate on new features such as improved RGB lighting, case customization, and bespoke water blocks for GPUs, memory, and motherboards. Another feature allows users to import and export free build mode builds using the new .pcbs file format.

The open beta runs until June 20, and all participants will get 15% off the final game once it launches later this year. Additionally, those who go the extra mile and provide feedback during the beta will be entered for a chance to win a copy of the game.

The team says that beta users can expect a few bugs, but they’re pretty confident that most of the major issues have already been fixed.

As stated when the game was first announced, it is developed by Spiral House. The original was created by The Irregular Corporation, which was absorbed into Epic Games last year.

To get started, simply access the game list, click “Add to Cart” and complete the checkout process. The first five levels of the 30+ hour career mode are free to try.

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