Every June E3, the biggest event on the gaming calendar, arrives in Los Angeles, with publishers and developers showing off all the games they're going to release over the next 12 months. On addition to the big-name publishers, the last few years have seen our colleagues at PC Gamer host their own show to give PC gaming some much needed love. This year is no exception, and it's been confirmed that the PC Gaming show will be returning to E3.
The event itself will be taking place on Monday 11th June at 3PM Pacific US time, which is better known as 11pm here in Britain, with Sean "Day" Plott returning to host. Even though E3 is open to the public now, most of you won't actually be in LA for the event. That's why the show will also be broadcast live on Twitch, YouTube, Facebook, and Steam. If you are at E3, the show itself will take place inside The Wiltern and tickets are free. You just need to head to this link to reserve one for yourself and any friends that might be accompanying you.
As usual PC Gamer will showcase all the trailers, interviews, and segments on its website, or alternatively you can check in with our friends over at Kotaku UK who will be diligently covering everything PC Gaming Show as and when it happens. You can find out more about this year's PC Gaming Show here.