In Place Of E3, Devs Are Teaming Up For An Announcement-Filled Show In June
The Guerilla Collective is a partnership between studios like Larian, Raw Fury, and Rebellion to deliver a conference filled with gaming news and announcements.
E3 2020 was canceled, but game developers and publishers are still collaborating to deliver big announcements over the summer. The Guerrilla Collective is a new partnership that will launch a three-day gaming celebration in June, and it includes some of the most-acclaimed studios in the world.
The Guerrilla Collective will feature developers from companies such as Rebellion, Raw Fury, Paradox Interactive, Larian Studios, Funcom, Versus Evil, ZA/UM, Coffee Stain Studios, 11 bit Studios, and Humble Publishing. On June 6 at 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET, the first Guerrilla Collective Live presentation will begin on its official Twitch channel. Hosted by Kinda Funny's Greg Miller, it will feature gaming news and announcements and will be followed by the returning PC Gaming Show as well as the Future Games Show.
More announcements will follow on June 7, and the last day on June 8 will be dedicated to developer interviews and gameplay demonstrations. Any development teams interested in having their games featured during the event can apply at the official Guerrilla Collective website.
Guerrilla Collective Live is part of GameSpot's Play For All celebrate. This multi-week event will celebrate gaming with announcements, interviews, previews, and more, and will raise funds for COVID-19 relief. There will be more than 100 hours of programming available during Play For All, and GameSpot is teaming up with our friends like Giant Bomb's Jeff Gerstmann and NoClip's Danny O'Dwyer.
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