In addition to Summer Game Fest, the PC Gaming Show will also continue this year

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Even though E3 is canceled this year, the PC Gaming Show will go ahead. The organization says there will be a stream in June, which as always will include new gameplay, announcements and developer interviews.

PC Gamer will broadcast the event on June 12. It is not yet known at this time which games, studios and individual game developers will be reviewed. Neither is the length of the show. In previous years, the show could last one and a half to two and a half hours. Last year for example, Dying Light 2, Valve and Vampire: The Masquerade – Swansong were reviewed, as well as many indie games. Sometime in the coming weeks, PC Gamer will reveal more about the content of the upcoming show.

The PC Gaming Show is not the only event that continues despite the loss of E3, which for many is the biggest gaming moment of the year. Geoff Keighley already announced on Friday that his show, the Summer Game Fest, will also continue. In addition, large parties such as Sony and EA have already broken away from E3 and their own digital showcases have not been canceled for this summer. Keighley says he can share more about Summer Game Fest 2022 in the coming weeks.

The E3 fair must return next year, both physically and digitally. “We will devote all our energies and resources to delivering a revitalized E3 physical and digital experience next summer. We look forward to presenting E3 2023 live from Los Angeles to fans around the world,” it said. the organisation.

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