PC Building Simulator has pushed another update today which adds Water CPU Cooling, custom cables, and a few other neat items according to a news post on the game’s Steam Community page.

If you’ve ever been curious about how to build a PC from scratch, PC Building Simulator just might be the right game for you to check out. Players can work their way through a career mode where they bring a struggling PC repair shop out of debt after their less-than-cautious family member decides to move on to greener pastures. Start with simple jobs like removing viruses and work your way up to diagnosing hardware issues and building custom PCs for your clientele!

The latest update to the game opens up with the addition of the Antec DF500 case (pictured in our header). This is the first of what is sure to be many cases from Antec’s product line thanks to the newly-minted partnership between the two companies.

All-in-one water CPU cooling is the next addition to the game. This is a simplified version of water-cooling systems that is dedicated solely for cooling a tower’s processor. Players will have a handful of options to choose from for this new features if they’d like to use it rather than standard air cooling.

Finally, colored cables have finally made their way into the game. Over 100 new options can be selected from the brighten up the interior of your PC and make it stand out just a bit more than the rest. At the moment, it seems that not all of the cables apply the coloring scheme properly, but the places where it does work look pretty great. This is a major rework of the cabling feature and the developers kindly ask that players report any issues so they can be fixed.

There are quite a few other bugfixes and minor changes that have come along in this patch. Check out the full patch notes for all the details. If you’re curious about what’s in store for the future of PC Building Simulator, the developers have a handy-dandy Early Access Roadmap on their website which will give you a glimpse of what’s to come. You can pick up the game for yourself at the Humble Store [Affiliate Link] and on Steam.

What do you think of the addition of water CPU cooling and custom cables to PC Building Simulator? What else would you like to see added to the game? Let us know in the comments below!

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Robert N. Adams

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I've had a controller in my hand since I was 4 and I haven't stopped gaming since. CCGs, Tabletop Games, Pen & Paper RPGs - I've tried a whole bunch of stuff over the years and I'm always looking to try more!