For the third edition of our Battlestations showcase, we have curated some of the most jaw-dropping gaming setups. These creators have stepped up their game with lighting, custom furniture, decorations, and more.
Let us know which ones are your favorites!
This Battlestation has amazing lighting! We love the white and blue lights reflecting off the stone wall gives this setup a cool feeling. The lights only help to spread the blue color around the room providing a uniform tone and style.
Extra credit for having The Witcherthemed art and wallpaper.
This Battlestation is something different from the rest. While most stations like to model to a modernistic and sci-fi style. This setup use of living plants creates a setup that is truly unique. The plants give an inviting setup. A station that you could get some serious work done or play an intense game of League of Legends.
"But can it run Crysis?" A common term used in the PC building community. We think that his Battlestation can not only run Crysis but also your own Minecraft server, mine some bitcoin, and render a video in Adobe Premier Pro.
This Battlestation besides the monster specs is a sight to behold. The blue led's in the server rack helps to match it with the monitors and keyboard. The use of the server rack to hang up a VR headset and controllers is a great space-saving technique.
Some of the best setups are those that can multiple uses. We love to see Battlestations that can also double as a social space for shared gaming experiences. Aesthetically, this setup contrasts the blue and orange to create a nice tone for the room. The use of LEDs in a recessed ceiling creating the illusion of a high ceiling and helps outline the room.
We think that the red lighting plus the attic design of room make this setup a great all-around Battlestation. We especially like how the clean the whole room is and the decision to use the same color furniture. The white furniture and RBG lighting brings in a warm and inviting feeling to the room.