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The Game Awards took place overnight and with it came a bunch of new trailers and walkthrough, the most exciting of which was Hideo Kojima giving us another glimpse of Death Stranding.
, the exciting new line of gaming machines and accessories will be the headline sponsor of the . The UK’s only event dedicated solely to PC gaming will be running from 18-19 February at Olympia London.
The PC Gamer Weekender is like one of those deals you get from a bloke down the market who shouts things out while stood next to a van, except it’s related to PC gaming, and it’s legitimately brilliant and absolutely not a box of soiled perfumes from Beyonce.
The PC Gamer Weekender is big on being able to play games and having people who make games talk to you, but it has another element: teaching. Building, maintaining, modding your rig can be a bewildering undertaking for many out there, so it’s always nice to get a helping hand – so why not attend our PC Workshops, running Saturday and Sunday at the Weekender?
The PC Gamer Weekender isn’t just about the big boys of PC gaming – no, we recognise the PC has such a vast and diverse ecosystem of gaming delights, it would be foolish to ignore the indie titles we have so many of. As such, we’re delighted to confirm the following three titles will be available to go hands-on with throughout the Weekender.
The PC Gamer Weekender will be an event for players of any style of game, from your hyper-competitive MOBA to… well, cutesy platformers. Yep, we’re bringing Yooka-Laylee to the stage.
The PC Gamer Weekender is continuing on its journey to become one of the year’s great gaming events – and now we’ve added one of the year’s biggest releases to the playable list in the shape of For Honor.
Yet another new addition to the line-up of this year’s PC Gamer Weekender – this time we welcome German developer/publisher Deck 13 to the fray, which will be bringing with it a few very different games to go hands-on with.
There are some huge names coming to the PC Gamer Weekender, and we don’t just mean the PC Gamer crew. No, this is about the great, big budget titles coming to our beloved PC systems soon – and available at an event coming soon to get your hands on with.