PC Gaming Show streaming on Sunday

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The PC Gaming Show will be streamed on Sunday, June 13th at 2:30 PM PT from Los Angeles as a part of E3.

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From PC Gamer:

The PC Gaming Show will feature 39 new game announcements and trailers, including:

 · The reveal of Project Warlock 2
 · New content from New Blood Interactive
 ·- Techland will be showing Dying Light 2 Stay Human and giving the first in-depth look at its main character Aiden and his internal motivation, alongside revealing more about the Dying Light 2 Stay Human universe
 · The first reveal of a new game from Kasedo Games & Bulwark Studios
 · Big news for the Orcs Must Die! franchise
 · New gameplay for Hello Neighbor 2, new modes revealed for Rawmen, and a world premiere of a new title from tinyBuild
 · A new announcement from Pixelated Milk
 · Exclusive content, along with beta and launch information for Naraka Bladepoint
 · A reveal of the next game from Shiro Games
 · SEGA and Amplitude Studios will have a major announcement and reveal for the highly anticipated strategy game, Humankind
 · Exclusive content from All In! Games and a significant announcement about Chernobylite
 · An announcement from EVE Online
 · A new Chivalry 2 announcement from Torn Banner Studios
 · NACON and Big Bad Wolf are showing a brand new trailer for Vampire: The Masquerade - Swansong
 · A new unannounced title from Modus Games
 · A special offer from GeForce NOW, NVIDIA's cloud gaming service
 · Other exciting unrevealed games
 · And a message from Valve regarding Steam

Also, new content will be revealed from:
 · Frontier & Frontier Foundry
 · Hello Traveler
 · Tripwire Interactive
 · Humble Games
 · Ishtar Games
 · Alawar Games

"PC gaming retains its position as the world's most vibrant gaming platform," says PC Gamer Global Editor-in-Chief Evan Lahti. "The PC's library of weird, innovative, and genre-pushing games grows every week. The PC Gaming Show is about shining a bright light on as many of these new projects as we can."

"We wanted to bring the visual spectacle of some of our favorite games and fiction to the E3 stage," says Tim Clark, PC Gamer Brand Director. "We're big fans of shows like Mystery Science Theater 3000, and this theme will let our hosts channel the fun of E3." Coincidentally, the PC Gaming Show will feature several games set in the stars.

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