PC Gamer has revealed the release date for the PC Gaming Show 2022. The event will be taking place on June 12th and will be live-streamed on Twitch and YouTube. The company did not have a live event last year due to the COVID-19. Due to the pandemic, E3 got cancelled but it will be held this year in June.
PC Gaming Show 2022 Event Launch Date
The show will be airing on the day after the Future Games Show. It will take place on June 11th.
Companies Taking Part In The Event
The companies that will be taking part in this event will be Tripwire Interactive, SEGA Europe, iBUYPOWER, ION LANDS, Mana Interactive, SUPER PEOPLE, and Square Enix, Shiro Games, All In! Games, Kepler Interactive, Revenge, Modus Games, Frontier, Iceberg Interactive, tinyBuild, Prime Matter, Ravenscourt, and Compass Datacenters.
PC Gaming Show 2022 Details
This year’s PC Gaming Show is going to be hosted by Sean ‘Day’ Plott and Mica Burton. PC Gamer’s 2010 “Gamer of the Year,” Sean’s Day will also be a part of the event. The gaming and esports player, host, and personality created videos that attract more than two million views.
Mica Burton will be a part of the event. She is an actress, digital content creator, and live event presenter. The professional cosplayer credits include hosting the Overwatch League for Blizzard Entertainment and Star Trek Day for CBS.
PC Gaming Show 2022 Lineup
The incredible lineup of the PC Gaming show includes:
- An unannounced game that is designed by the 11-bit studios
- A brand-new project by Klei Entertainment
- An exclusive interview about the Arma 4with Bohemia Interactive
- The final trailer of the Sam Barlow’s mind-bending Immortality will be released
- New gameplay will be designed with the ambitious mod project Half-Life: Alyx – Levitation
- There will be an update on Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine 2from the Saber Interactive’s Tim Willits
- The first gameplay of the game is highly anticipated. The grand strategy game Victoria 3 will be released.
“We want the PC Gaming Show to convey just how permanently vibrant this hobby is,” says PC Gamer Global Editor-in-Chief Evan Lahti. “PC gaming contains multitudes – it’s a big tent of creativity. This year’s show puts high-end projects like Arma 4 side-by-side with boutique gems from Klei, tinyBuild, and Maximum Games, stunning indie sci-fi, and an ambitious modding project that builds on the acclaimed Half-Life: Alyx.”
“We feel more strongly than ever that the PC deserves its own place amidst the hectic schedule of summer reveals,” says PC Gamer Brand Director Tim Clark. “I’ve been blown away by the sheer quality and variety of projects that we’ve been able to include, and we can’t wait to pull the curtain back on our biggest show yet.”