You may have heard it for this year E3 is canceled. For the third year in a row, we will not be dragging to the Los Angeles show for scoops in person, interviewing developers, and playing unreleased games.
But, as we did last year, we will be watching a lot of live streaming and press conference events that are the equivalent of a gaming Super Bowl. Even without E3 as we know it, June is the longest month of the year for big gaming fairs. And I’m happy to confirm ours Presentation of computer games will remain part of this wider program.
We plan to broadcast this year’s PC Gaming Show on Sunday 12 June. As in 2015, the event will feature gameplay you have never seen before, feature interesting conversations with developers, and share announcements from around the world of computer games. We have already talked to studios about the upcoming games and their exciting announcements. Our show will air along with other presentations as part of what I expect to be a lively weekend of events in mid-June, such as Summer Games Fest and Show future games.
ABOVE: A summary of last year’s PC Gaming exhibition.
The computer remains in excellent condition in 2022. Hardware shortages that plague in recent years are beginning to appear signs of weakening. The computer continues to be both the place where experimental games are challenged and developed that challenge the contract, and where experiences of higher fidelity with high-tech hardware can be gained. As always, our goal is to provide a platform that celebrates the full range of computer games.
The PC Gaming Show was launched in 2015 with the aim of uniting the different forces that make up the hobby under one roof, shedding light on the liveliness of the open gaming platform. Previous games featured on the PC Gaming Show include Valheim, Dying Light 2, XCOM 2, Borderlands 3, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord, MechWarrior 5: Mercenaries, Warframe and Baldur’s Gate 3. Previous shows, Intel had introduce the Xbox, AMD, Blizzard and legendary game designers such as Warren Spector. Read more about the background of the show at “The story of the PC Gaming Show“We will have more to share in the coming weeks.
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