PewDiePie’s Tuber Simulator is here and we’ve been playing it like crazy over the past few days.
I also found out that there are some questions that people keep asking me regarding the game and I decided to answer them here in order to help everybody who’s wondering what the answers to these questions are.
Therefore, in today’s article, we’re going to find out how to Stream in PewDiePie’s Tuber Simulator and how to visit other players’ rooms in the game. These are two important actions that you can perform in the game and you will learn how to do it thanks to this guide.
PewDiePie’s Tuber Simulator: How to Stream
Streaming is something you will find first as an option in the upgrade menu (the knowledge tree) but there’s no option to actually start streaming. You shouldn’t worry, you’re not doing anything wrong! Streaming is done automatically for you!
Every time you leave the game, as soon as the video or videos you’re working on is/are completed, your character will automatically start streaming.
At first, he or she can only stream for 60 minutes but if you invest in the Streaming upgrades in the knowledge tree, that period of time can increase.
I would personally suggest not to spend too many brains on that though because there are other better upgrades for you especially early on. Later in the game, this becomes more and more useful to boost your away time income.
So, just to recap: you start streaming automatically for up to 60 minutes at a time when you are offline (not in the game) and when your character is not already working on a video. Basically, this is the offline/idle part of the game.
PewDiePie’s Tuber Simulator: How to visit other players’ rooms
Visiting other players’ rooms is a requirement in many quests that you get in the game, but at the moment of writing this, for most people, the option is not available because the developers are having server issues because of the unexpected popularity of this game.
However, once the feature is fixed, you will be able to visit other players’ rooms after you create your YouTube channel by assigning a name for your channel in the Social menu, in the upper left corner.
Right now, though, all the options there have “Feature locked” or a similar message, meaning that we can’t use them and until this is fixed, we can’t complete the said quests.
You can get a head start, however, by adding more friends in PewDiePie’s Tuber Simulator with the help of the article we’ve published already, then simply tap the friends tab at the top of the social menu in the game.
Hope this answers your questions. If you have more, don’t hesitate to ask in the comment section below!