The PC Gaming Show kicks off at 11 a.m. PT/2 p.m. ET today (Saturday, June 13). You can catch it on Twitch, YouTube, Facebook and Twitter.
Editor's Note: Be sure to check out our PC Gaming Show 2020 live blog for all the big announcements as they happen!
E3 might be cancelled this year, but the PC Gaming Show 2020 live stream is about to begin, as the show goes on thanks to our friends at PC Gamer. This online only event will once again feature hosts Sean "Day" Plott and Frankie Ward.
And it's already had one big announcement: Persona 4 Golden on Steam. Yes, the long-loved Japanese RPG is no longer bound to the hard-to-find PS Vita. We're as hyped as you are.
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The PC Gaming Show might not have a physical location this time around, but it still promises a ton of excitement for PC gaming fans. The show looks to showcase more than 50 games, with top developers such as 2K Games, Sega, Tripwire Interactive and Amazon Games in attendance.
Here's everything you need to know about the PC Gaming Show 2020, including how to catch all of the action live.
How to watch the PC Gaming Show 2020
The PC Gaming Show 2020 starts in less than an hour today (Saturday, June 13) at 11 a.m. PT/2 p.m. ET. You can catch the action on PC Gamer's Twitch and YouTube channels, as well as on its Facebook and Twitter pages.
That's not the only big gaming event of the day, either. Immediately following the PC Gaming Show will be the Future Games Show at 2 p.m. PT/5 p.m. ET. Presented by our friends at GamesRadar and hosted by voice acting veterans Nolan North and Emily Rose, this show promises even more big reveals from developers such as Square Enix, Team 17 and more.
PC Gaming Show 2020: What to expect
The PC Gaming Show 2020 promises to show off more than 50 games, including early looks at Surgeon Simulator 2, Torchlight 3 and the latest game from New Blood Interactive. With top developers such as 2K Games, Amazon Games, Dontnod and Sega participating in the show, we should see a healthy mix of big AAA and indie games coming to your PC soon.
Regular hosts Sean "Day9" Plott and Frankie Ward will return, though PC Gamer says to also expect celebrity cameos and a "mystery co-host." Intel will also show off a custom PC build inspired by A Total War Saga: Troy.
If past PC Gaming Shows are any indication, we expect this year's installment to be more laid back than your typical E3 event, with casual, deep-dive interviews flanking the big game reveals.
"We're not going to just show people a Zoom call with some video games in it," said PC Gamer global editor-in-chief Evan Lahti in an announcement post. "We want this to be a unique and fun moment for PC gaming."