The PC Gaming Show is on again for this year’s lineup of E3 presentations and this time, there has been some changes. One of which is a simple time slot change in order to facilitate attendees who wish to attend Ubisoft’s and Microsoft’s shows on time. The show has been shifted from its 12 p.m. slot to 11.30 a.m. on June 12th.

The PC Gaming Show is run by PC Gamer and various other PC-friendly companies. It showcases gaming on the PC for both hardware and software, from triple A developers to independent game makers. The show began last year in an admittedly extensively long showcase. This year, it will only run for 90 minutes in order to alleviate fatigue.

To top it off, PC Gamer had announced that four new studios will make their appearance on the show: ARK: Survival Evolved’s Studio Wildcard, Star Citizen’s Cloud Imperium, TaleWorlds Entertainment of Mount & Blade fame and  finally Torn Banner Studios who made Chivalry: Medieval Warfare and are presenting their newest game, Mirage: Arcane Warfare. They will be joined by a few of the developers who appeared last year like Bohemia Interactive and Tripwire Interaction.

E3 is coming up incredibly soon and will begin on June 12th. The PC Gamer Show will be among the ‘Day zero’ festivities of E3.

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