E3 2017: PC Gaming Show Returns, Promising "Announcements" And Trailers
The PC-focused event is coming back this year.
E3 is right around the corner. There will be big press briefings from Microsoft and Sony (among others), while it's now been confirmed that the PC Gaming Show is coming back.
The event will be held on Monday, June 12, starting at 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET / 6 PM ET. This is prior to Sony's briefing, which takes place that evening. Ubisoft's normal timeslot is early afternoon on Monday, though the company has not yet confirmed its plans for 2017.
This is the third year of the PC Gaming Show. Sean "Day" Plott will host the event, which promises "exclusive announcements" and new trailers. Additionally some of the "most exciting developers and projects" for PC will be shown and discussed during the show.
You can attend in person at the Ace Hotel in Los Angeles (tickets are free), while the show will also be broadcast live on Twitch, YouTube, Beam, and Facebook Live.
The show is organized by PC Gamer, while Intel is one of the main sponsors.
This wasn't the only big E3 news today, as the group that organizes the show announced a new event that features panels hosted by Sony, Xbox, Bethesda, and others.
For more on E3 2017, you can see a schedule of all the big events right here. It's the biggest show of the year for news, so keep checking back with GameSpot for lots more.