PC Gamer and E3 have announced that the PC Gaming Show will be making a return to E3, making this the fourth time the event has happened.
This year, the show will take place at The Wiltern theatre, but if you are unable to attend in person, then look forward to watching it live on Twitch. While the show will take place at 3pm on Monday June 11, not long after the Ubisoft event ends, for those of us in Australia, we will be able to watch it at a normal time.
"We're delighted to host another event that will give PC gaming the presence at E3 it deserves," said PC Gamer's global editor in chief Tim Clark. "Since its inception, the PC Gaming Show's goal has been to demonstrate the depth and breadth of creativity on the platform, and this year we're putting together a program with big reveals from indies and major players."This year's theme is "See The Future of PC Gaming," embodied by hardware companies like Acer who will unveil their latest innovations in a new tech segment. They will join more than a dozen developers, including Coffee Stain Studios and Chance Agency, who will share sneak peeks of upcoming and unrevealed games on stage. Further participants and sponsors will be announced in the coming weeks.