In previous years, this would have clashed with EA’s briefing. However, for 2016, EA has elected to hold its briefing on Sunday afternoon.
PC Gamer says this year’s show will be “even better” than last year. The site acknowledged that last year’s event was too long; this year’s will be “more focused,” but will still have “tons of new announcements and exclusive reveals.”
There is no word yet on which developers and companies will appear at the event, but more information will be announced in the coming weeks.
Some of the news from the first PC Gaming Show last year included the confirmation of Gears of War Ultimate Edition’s PC edition and the announcement of Frontier’s Planet Coaster.
With the PC Gaming Show’s E3 plans now in place, we now have learned about three briefings for this year. EA will hold its event at 1 PM PST on Sunday, June 12, while Bethesda will have its own later that evening. If history holds, Microsoft and Sony will follow on Monday alongside the PC Gaming Show, with Nintendo and Ubisoft’s events on Tuesday, June 14.