The PC Gaming Show is back for its fifth annual event at E3 this year.
As the name suggests, the show gives us a good look at what we can expect to see across PC games in the coming months.
Broadcasting live from the Mayan Theatre in Los Angeles, the show will be hosted by Sean “Day” Plott and Frankie Ward. We can expect to see a large amount of new trailers and announcements from more than 20 different development teams.
The show kicks off today at 6 pm BST, video links below.
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