Learn car mechanics in a virtual reality environment.
Wrench is a virtual reality car mechanic simulation game made and published by Missing Digit. Players run a shop and responsible for their customers car’s- From fluid changes to replacing engine main bearings. It has a traditional desktop mouse/keyboard play mode in addition to a VR mode for Oculus Rift and HTC Vive (WMR headsets experimental support). Players can switch between play modes on the same save file. Diagnose mechanical issues with a variety of tools including the part logbook and driver symptom reports. Wrench also features a growing library of aftermarket parts that the player can use to address customer needs or install on their own persistent shop cars.
Release Date: 31 Jan, 2019
Developer: Missing Digit
Publisher: Missing Digit
Genre: Racing, Simulation
Steam Download – Wrench
OS: Win 7
CPU: Intel i3-6100
RAM: 4 GB
GRAPHIC: GTX 1060
OS: Win 10
CPU: Intel i5-4590
RAM: 8 GB
GRAPHIC: GTX 1070
HDD: 4 GB
- Start as at the bottom as a junior level assistant handling fluid and tire changes
- Service a growing library of parts and assemblies in detail including: Engine bottom end, Cylinder head, Front and rear suspension, and the braking systems.
- Earn XP and gain mechanic levels based on each component of the car you service and the car’s race results.
- Delegate repair work to mechanics on the team who are junior to you.
- Mechanic level ups grow your role on the team and make you responsible for a larger portion of each car’s mechanical systems.
- Diagnose mechanical issues with a variety of tools including the part logbook and driver symptom reports.
Wrench is a highly detailed race car mechanic simulator that tasks you with maintaining your team's race cars. The gameplay aspect is very promising featuring a leveling system, digital racing and stat-tracking of what you've serviced, which really motivates me to continue adventuring through the car and servicing just like I would in real life. You can release objects to make them float where you drop them, and this is extraordinarily useful for disassembling parts with lots of washers and spacers, like control arms and struts. But if you take off a bad part and don't want it cluttering your space, you can quickly throw it to apply gravity, and hurl it across the room. This is awesome because after you complete your set of repairs/maintenance, it will automatically discard extra parts. At first must say i was kind of confused about a lot of the controls and mechanics of the game. Took me a few good minutes of playing around and asking a few questions to get used to it. Overall well worth the price even in its current state, though I would recommend having some technical knowledge going in or you're going to have a real rough time.