PC Gaming Show still coming in June

Since E3 2020 was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, game companies have been trying to figure out how to present their announcements they had planned for the event. Most big name companies are moving their press conferences online and that includes PC Gamer Magazine’s annua PC Gaming Show, according to a recent announcement.

The Magazine announced their annual PC Gaming Show, now in its fifth year, will be happening online on Saturday, June 6. While a specific broadcast time has yet to be announced, they’ve already enlisted support from Epic Games, Intel, Tripwire Interactive, Frontier, Merge, Perfect World, Humble Bundle, and Guerilla Collective.

Gamers can expect a bevy of announcements and trailers.

"PC gaming has prospered in the last decade because it's the only gaming platform that belongs to everyone," said Evan Lahti, Global Editor-in-Chief at PC Gamer, the show's organizer in a statement. "Some fantastic new games deserve recognition, and we look forward to making June 6 a day for viewers to experience what's coming next."