Rubin Observatory’s Commissioning Camera (ComCam) is a 9 CCD direct imager providing a testbed for the final telescope system just prior to its integration with the 3.2-Gigapixel LSSTCam. ComCam shares many of the same subsystem components with LSSTCam in order to provide a smaller-scale, but high-fidelity demonstration of the full system operation. In addition, a pathfinder version of the LSSTCam refrigeration system is also incorporated into the design. Here we present an overview of the final as-built design, plus initial results from performance testing in the laboratory. We also provide an update to the planned activities in Chile both prior to and during the initial first-light observations.