The past couple of weeks has seen a fair few announcements from some of the major players in the gaming industry with regards to their attendance at E3, and today is no different.
It was revealed by PC Gamer that for the third year running, Xbox would be joining the annual PC Gaming Show as both a sponsor and key presenter. The Xbox team will be there to talk about their latest developments in PC gaming as well as showcasing upcoming PC games, which normally turn out to be exclusives brought over from the Xbox consoles. They won’t be alone though as they’ll be joined by a host of game developers and the guys from the Beam streaming service.
Mike Nichols, Corporate Vice President of Xbox Marketing at Microsoft had this to say on the announcement:
“PC gaming is a huge part of our gaming ecosystem – across Windows, Beam, and Xbox. The PC Gaming Show is the perfect place for us to talk about what’s next from Xbox for PC gamers.”
If you’re wondering what news might be revealed, well we can tell you that there will be confirmed announcements on Bluehole Inc‘s PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS, Paradox Interactive and Harebrained Schemes’ BATTLETECH, Creative Assembly’s Total War: Warhammer II and
Fans can expect news and updates about PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS from Bluehole Inc., BATTLETECH from Paradox Interactive in partnership with Harebrained Schemes, Total War: Warhammer II from Creative Assembly, and the guys from Raw Fury Games.
If this article has got you thinking, “I fancy a piece of the action and going along to the show”, you can get your tickets by visiting www.PCGamingShow.com/tickets. And if you can’t go, fear not, as viewers will be able to stream, the 2017 PC Gaming Show, live on Beam.