The PC Gamer Weekender is big on being able to play games and having people who make games talk to you, but it has another element: teaching
Frozen Synapse 2, Tokyo 42, Expeditions: Viking and Torment: Tides of Numenera coming to PC Gamer Weekender
The PC Gamer Weekender is like one of those deals you get from a bloke down the market who shouts things out while stood next to a van, except it’s related to PC gaming, and it’s legitimately brilliant and absolutely not a box of soiled perfumes from Beyonce.
The PC Gamer Weekender already has a lot going for it – talks, games (on PC), games (on boards), merchandise, a bar to sit down and recharge at and much more – and now it’s got one more thing to make it great: a free game for everyone.
The PC Gamer Weekender will be your chance to play a plethora of upcoming and classic titles both in the PC gaming and board gaming world, but it doesn’t end there. We’re pleased to announce the first batch of exhibitors confirmed for the event.
The PC Gamer Weekender is into its second year in 2017, meaning we can afford ourselves the fine luxury of having ‘returning attractions’. One such return comes in the form of the Esdevium board game playing area – yep, there’s more than just PC gaming at the Weekender.
The PC Gamer Weekender will host an array of talks and presentations from developers and others in and around gaming, and we’re delighted to announce one such chat will feature Ubisoft’s Philipp Sonnefeld, who has been making the PC version of For Honor.
The PC Gamer Weekender, running February 18-19 at London’s Olympia, will feature a host of talks, events, tournaments and – of course – playable games for all attendees.