It will be livestreamed and feature new games, announcements and “never-before-seen gameplay”.
PC Gamer has confirmed that its annual PC Gaming Show will be taking place on June 6th. A recent addition to E3, the event was in doubt following the cancellation of E3 2020, not to mention the lack of any dedicated online event from the organizer. Nevertheless, it will take place and be livestreamed on Twitch and the like.
The show will feature new titles, “never-before-seen gameplay footage” and announcements. Partners include the likes of Frontier Developments, Humble Bundle, Perfect World Entertainment, Tripwire Interactive, Epic Games Store and Intel. We may also see updates on titles like Chivalry 2, Evil Geniuses 2: World Domination and so on which featured in last year’s showcase.
With E3 2020’s cancellation, many publishers have discussed the possibility of having digital presentations. Microsoft and Ubisoft expressed interest, with the former rumored to be having two events – one in May, the other in June. Xbox boss Phil Spencer even indicated recently that it wouldn’t be much longer for game reveals. Stay tuned for more details in the coming weeks.