The PC Gaming Show will be back on June 12


You may have heard that this year E3 is canceled. For a third year, we won’t be roaming the show in Los Angeles for in-person scoops, interviewing developers, and playing unreleased games.

But, just like we did last year, we’ll be watching plenty of live streams and press conference-type events that are equivalent to gaming’s Super Bowl. Even without E3 as we know it, June is the biggest month of the year for big game showcases. And I’m delighted to confirm ours PC gaming fair will continue to be part of this larger calendar.

We plan to stream this year’s PC Gaming Show on Sunday June 12. Just as we’ve been doing since 2015, the event will feature never-before-seen gameplay footage, engaging developer conversations, and sharing announcements from across the world of PC gaming. We’ve already spoken with studios about their upcoming games and exciting announcements. Our show will air alongside other presentations as part of what I expect to be a busy weekend of events in mid-June, including Summer Games Fest and the Future Games Fair (opens in a new tab).

ABOVE: A recap of last year’s PC Gaming Show.

The PC remains in an extraordinary situation in 2022. The hardware shortages that have plagued the past few years are starting to be felt signs of decline. The PC continues to be both the place where experimental games that defy convention are created and developed, and where the most faithful experiences can be had with high-end hardware. As always, our goal is to provide a platform that celebrates the full breadth of PC gaming.

The PC Gaming Show began in 2015 with the goal of uniting the disparate forces that make up the hobby under one roof, highlighting the dynamism of the open gaming platform. Previous games featured at 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 have featured Xbox, Intel , AMD, Blizzard and legendary game designers like Warren Spector. Learn more about the background of the show in »The History of the PC Gaming Show.” We’ll have more to share in the coming weeks.

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