Counting Down to the PC Gaming Show at E3 2021

Don’t be fooled, just because this isn’t some big developer or publisher, the PC Gaming Show is still well worth watching at E3 2021. The shows themselves are often a mix of everything from big titles to indie darlings.

These shows have offered the best variety of content for the last few years, even if the hosting is a little awkward.

When Does The PC Gaming Show Start

The PC Gaming Show at E3 2021 will start at 10:30 pm BST on Sunday, 13 June. This means it takes place after both the Xbox & Bethesda showcase as well as Square Enix Presents. It will be immediately followed by the Future Games Show.

Featuring at the end of a pretty packed day could mean lowered interest depending on how other shows play out. Do not write this show off though as some gems have come out of here in the past.

Who is Hosting the PC Gaming Show at E3 2021

This year, we have three hosts for the PC Gaming Show. First is former Starcraft Pro and Magic: The Gathering enthusiast Sean "Day[9]" Plott. He will be joined by a returning Frankie Ward and show newcomer Mica Burton.

Expect poor attempts at comedy and plenty of on the nose references to gamer stereotypes. Despite this, it’s a great line-up of hosts and they’ll only help improve the overall quality of the show.

What We Want from the PC Gaming Show E3 2021

This is hard to answer as no major publisher or developer has committed to the show. At the same time, this is what makes the show so exciting. You never know what might be shown.

An update on the development of Baldur's Gate 3 would be nice to see how development is coming along. The game was confirmed to be in early access for at least one year, but an update from developers would be appreciated.

A few things we know we’ll be seeing are updates on Naraka Bladepoint, Dying Light 2, EVE Online and Chivalry 2. Thirty-nine total videos, announcements and interviews have been promised.

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