PC Gaming is going the virtual route this year, with Sean Day 9 Plott and Frankie Ward returning as hosts. This year’s lineup is packed with new games, trailers and developer interview to pull apart analyse for clues.
More than 50 games will be included in tonight’s lineup, including showcases from developers such as 2K Games, Sega, Amazon Games and Tripwire Interactive. Watch the much-anticipated event below.
PC Gaming Show 2020: All the facts
PC Gaming Show: When and Where
There is no physical location this time around. The action kicks off at 20:00 SAST (South African Standard Time) on Saturday 13 June 2020. It can be watched on all PC Gamer’s social media accounts.
We’ve embedded the YouTube live stream below. It’s not the only event happening tonight thought. The Future Games show will also be going live tonight at 23:00; presented by GamesRadar and hosted by none other than Nolan North and Emily Rose.
Watch: PC Gaming Show 2020
PC Gaming Show 2020: What to expect
Do you want early looks? Of course you do. So get ready for the likes of Surgeon Simulator 2, Torchlight 3 and the latest game from New Blood Interactive. Developers ready to wow you with their AAA wares include:
- 2K Games
- Amazon Games
- Tripwire Interactive
Intel will also show off a custom PC build inspired by A Total War Saga: Troy. PC Gamer confirmed that we can also expect “celebrity cameos and a mystery co-host”. Don’t look at us, we don’t know who it is either.
The 2020 PC Gaming Show is said to stay true to the typical E3 format, with “casual deep-dive interviews flanking the big game reveals. PC Gamer global editor-in-chief Evan Lahti in a statement
“We’re not going to just show people a Zoom call with some video games in it. We want this to be a unique and fun moment for PC gaming.”
What is the Summer Games Fest
For those not in the know, Summer Games Fest is Geoff Keighley’s epic gaming festival, spanning from May to August this year. There’s an interesting lineup prepared for this week (we will share live streams closer to the time). The lineup including:
- Star Wars: Squadrons Announcement – 15 June 2020
- Steam Game Festival: Summer Edition – 16 June 2020
- Upload VR Showcase – 16 June 2020
- EA Play – 18 June 2020
If you still need more game reveals and news after this, be sure to follow IGN’s Summer of Gaming. And, of course: PlayStation 5 first look: Sony just revealed its next-gen PS5 console .