As is well known, the E3 in Los Angeles, which was actually mandatory in June, had to be canceled due to the corona virus, but an event that otherwise takes place during the fair is now still broadcast on the Internet.
In addition to the press conferences of the major developers and console manufacturers, the PC Gaming Show has always been held as part of the E3 in recent years. This focused on upcoming PC titles, which were presented by a number of different developers and publishers and given new information. Despite the E3 cancellation, that event will still happen.
As announced by host PC Gamer, the PC Gaming Show will still take place in June this year. A corresponding broadcast is to be seen on Saturday, June 6, 2020 via live stream on the Internet.
The program includes, as usual at E3, new game announcements as well as gameplay impressions and other announcements from PC developers and publishers. On Twitch and other platforms there should also be further presentations throughout the day; the exact program sequence will be announced at a later date.
This year, partners of the PC Gaming Show include the Epic Games Store, Frontier, Guerrilla Collective, Humble Bundle, Intel, Merge, Perfect World and Tripwire Interactive.