The Lego folks are getting into the Halloween spirit by building a gaming PC so they can stay home and talk to no one, just like the rest of us at PC Gamer dot com. Of course, since they work in Lego, that means the build is inside a giant hand-built haunted house.
Just in time for Halloween 🎃 This PC monster brick game is giving us chills. pic.twitter.com/0PhL05ko8gOctober 23, 2022
Lego has released a bass-heavy video for the build Twitter (Opens in a new tab) and Instagram. (Opens in a new tab)
The massive structure is built from 20,000 Lego bricks, and the nice people at Lego are very clear in noting that it’s one-of-a-kind, just in case you’ve been harboring a rare dream that you’d like to own.
In any case, the construction is very impressive. From the little details that make up the haunted house, like pictures of witches and things, to the brick-themed performance monitor screen. Lego says it has an RTX 3090, an Intel i9 12900KF processor and a custom open-loop water cooling system.
Inside the big haunted mansion, which is of course absolutely huge. It sits atop a gaming chair and triple monitor setup. Honestly, I don’t envy anyone who has to clean
“And yes,” the video concludes, “it can run Crysis,” proving that someone in Lego’s PR is one heck of an idiot.
We’ve seen some pretty sick cases this year, both common and unusual, like the one with the chainsaw. (Opens in a new tab)or that impractical open-air design. (Opens in a new tab) The PC case modding world is getting bigger, I mean, now we got the case mod world series (Opens in a new tab) looking ahead, with many robot-themed participants (Opens in a new tab) this year
If this inspires you to up your own PC case game, perhaps in a way that consumes less time and money, check out our lists of the best PC cases. (Opens in a new tab)The best full tower PC cases (Opens in a new tab)The best mid-tower PC cases (Opens in a new tab)and the best mini-ITX PC cases. (Opens in a new tab)
Or whatever, sink hours and thousands of dollars into a new hobby. I’m not your father. (But I want to see the cool PC you built, so go easy on me.)