Strap in, we’re about to get nerdy on ya.
The Irregular Corporation has today announced that Futuremark – a company that creates benchmark tools to help people measure, understand and manage computer hardware performance – has joined the PC Building Simulator as a partner.
Emulated in-game, Futuremark’s 3DMark and VRMark tools will be added to the game with real-world data, ensuring PC Building Simulator feels as accurate as possible. You’ll be able to use these tools to test your in-game PC’s performance, along with fixing hardware issues, selecting components all while building up knowledge of PC building. This is the game you never knew you really wanted.
Jani joki, Commercial Director at Futuremark;
“3DMark has been a key part of the PC builder’s toolkit for almost 20 years now. Millions of gamers, overclockers, and system builders have used Futuremark benchmarks to test and compare PC performance. We are thrilled to be working with The Irregular Corporation to help create an authentic, accurate and realistic benchmarking experience for their PC Building Simulator game.”
So what on earth is PC Building Simulator? Well, if you have to ask, the game puts you in the shoes of a PC builder, working to create functioning gaming PC’s. Featuring a variety of detailed and ‘accurately rendered’ components from motherboards, CPU’s that respond the same way as their real-life counterparts, giving the player experimental choices.
Sound a bit confuzzling? Never fear, the game features a full tutorial system and detailed instructions on how each component works.
PC Building Simulator will launch in January of next year. You can head to www.pcbuildingsim.com for more information.
Source [Press Release]