Terra Nile, an environmental strategy game dealing with re-saturation, will be released soon. A custom computer matching its style will now be checked out.
Recently announced on March 28, Terra Nail aims to transform a wasteland into a thriving and balanced ecosystem, bringing life back to a lifeless world. In order to implement the concept in PC form, developer Free Lives studio and publisher Devolver Digital have teamed up with PCGHX-User. random teamed up to create a gorgeous custom PC with the look of old wood covered in moss and ferns.
Intel Core i7-13700K coupled with 32GB of G.Skil Trident Z brand RAM are installed in the water cooled custom computer on MSI MAG B760 Tomahawk. There’s also a 2TB Samsung 980 Pro SSD and an MSI Geforce RTX 3080 Suprim X. Everything is powered by a Cooler Master V850 SFX Gold power supply. The video gives insight into building a custom PC with an eye on the unusual housing:
This is how the computer can be won
The dedicated gaming PC can be won until the 5th of April by following the social media presence of Terra Nile, Free Lives and Devolver Digital on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook and sharing the contest posts. Exactly what to do will become a lottery on the official website described. The procedure is applied almost all over the world, only Russia and Brazil should be excluded.
More details to follow at PCGHX
in file Thread in the PCGHX forum by random Unusual custom computer build phases shall be submitted at a later date after the non-disclosure clause is passed. Currently there are already photos from the design phase and it is mentioned that it is one of three custom pcs intended for raffles and exhibitions.
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