Next is the PC Gaming Show, which historically focuses on the niche titles rather. But this year, however, is a little bit different as Epic Games are sponsoring the show and promise to show off new stuff for several games and to everyone’s amazement Epic Store Exclusives.
Now, pick those jaws off the floor. While there aren’t games announced for the show itself, there are some devs who will be making an appearance in no particular order (and their games to help remember what they’ve done previously)
- Annapurna Interactive. made games like What Remains of Edith Finch (which we reviewed and liked a lot), Florence and Donut County and Ashen
- Chucklefish. Stardew Valley, and Pathway (played it at Rezzed and was rather good as a procedural XCOM inspired game set during the 1930s and involving Nazis and archaeology) and Eastwind which we also played at Rezzed and broke (sorry)
- Digital Uppercut. Until the End, To Azimuth, Valfaris
- Fatshark. Warhammer Vermintide 1 and 2
- Fellow Traveller. Screencheat, Western Press and The Stillness of The Wind
- Modus Games. Extinction, Override: Mech City Brawl
- Raw Fury. Whispers of a Machine, Kingdom: Two Crowns and Bad North
- Re-Logic. Terraria, Pixel Piracy and Pixel Privateers
As this isn’t the full list of the people that would be popping up at the conference as more will be confirmed later to the date, but if you look at Raw Fury website. They do have a number of games in the works like Night Call – Which is a Neo-Noir Murder Mystery game where you play as a taxi driver in Paris. Balancing earning a living and adding a murder inquiry, which I played at Rezzed earlier in the year and it was rather pretty and interesting to say at least. The Last Night which does look very much inspired by Blade Runner, and a whole host of others which could make an appearance possibly?