This year’s PC Gaming Show airs June 12 at 12:30 PM PT

Technically, there’s no E3 this year, but like migrating birds guided by Earth’s magnetic field, flocks of game ads will pass through Southern California in June anyway. The most exciting group of 2022, recognizable by their RGB plumage, will gather at the eighth annual edition PC game program in Sunday, June 12 at 12:30pm Pacificwhich will be broadcast live on Muscular contraction, Youtubeand other major streaming platforms.

I’ve seen the list of games appearing on this year’s show – there are over 45 – and the titles alone pique my curiosity. Just a few of them: Arma 4, Sam Barlow’s Immortality, Half-Life: Alyx – Levitation mod project, Warhammer 40K: Space Marine 2, and Victoria 3. I can’t share too many other details, but I’m happy to report this “tactical” appears twice. on the list, and there are two games whose titles are currently unknown: one from Klei Entertainment and one from 11 Bit Studios. Mysterious!

tune in Muscular contraction or Youtube at 12:30pm Pacific (3:30pm Eastern, 8:30pm UK) for the main event, which will be anchored by returning hosts Sean Day[9] Plott and Mica Burton. (The easiest way to find out when the PC Gaming Show 2022 starts at your location is with this time zone chart.)

join the flow before 12:30 pm PT for the pre-show (exact time to be determined), which will include a preview of an exciting project we are working on at PC Gamer.

The PC Gaming Show isn’t the only event to watch this June video game season. The day before the PC Gaming Show on Saturday, June 11, our friends at GamesRadar are putting the Future Games Show at 12 pm PT. And on the same day as the PC Gaming Show, the Xbox and Bethesda Display airs at 10 am PT. The PC Gaming Show pre-show will begin after the showcase ends.

summer games festival is also back, with its main event airing ahead of the PC Gaming Show weekend on Thursday, June 9 at 11am PT. We will have coverage of all events happening in June; here it is what the ‘not technically E3’ timeline looks like now.

We PC Gaming Show started in 2015 because we felt PC games deserved an internship at E3 as much as consoles. We’re delighted that we’ve achieved this goal over the past seven years, creating an E3 (or June video game season) PC tradition that sits alongside press conferences from console manufacturers and major publishers like Ubisoft and EA.

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