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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Codemasters announced DiRT Rally 2.0 earlier today, however, you’ll need to be patient as the game won’t launch until Tuesday, February 26, 2019 (across the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC platforms). To make the wait even more excruciating, Codemasters has released their first batch of DiRT Rally 2.0 images which give us a tantalising glimpse […]News
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In news that will not surprise many, it has been confirmed that DiRT Rally 2.0 will not feature “Gamer” handling as found in DiRT 4. DiRT 4 tried its best to accommodate players of all skill levels by introducing two handling modes – Gamer and Simulation. In theory, this sounds like an amazing idea, sadly its execution was […]News
The Car Mechanic Simulator series has enjoyed several releases on the PC over the years, leaving consoles owners wandering how good of a virtual mechanic they could’ve been. Now I’m delighted to report the franchise is available from today for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles for the first time. Car Mechanic Simulator enables […]News
Gran Turismo Sport is looking set to get a wet weather update soon. In a recently released official Gran Turismo video (seen below), Esports racer Coque Lopez talks us through his hot lap at a very wet Red Bull Ring. His Peugeot RCZ Gr. B car is fitted with “Heavy Wet” tyres which suggest we […]News
A tweet on the official Forza Motorsport Twitter feed has suggested some Top Gear-themed content is coming to at least one Forza game next month. In a preview post for next week’s “Forza Monthly” livestream, the “Chevrolet LeBlanc Track-Tor” as devised by Matt LeBlanc for the 25th series of Top Gear can clearly be seen. […]News
Codemasters has revealed the first batch of cars that players can look forward to racing in this year’s GRID reboot. Of the dozen vehicles confirmed so far, half of them are dedicated racing vehicles. These are further split 50/50 between GT racers like the Ferrari 488 GTE, and touring cars such as the Audi RS3 […]News
An intriguing new feature has been announced for F1 2019‘s singleplayer career mode: AI-controlled drivers will be able to transfer between teams. While players have long been able to do this themselves in various Formula One game campaigns, this is the first time a Codemasters-developed title has ever allowed the non-player controlled characters to also […]News