Eurogamer Network, which oversees the yearly Eurogamer Expo gaming festival, has announced that a number of discussion sessions with developers held at this year’s Expo will be available for viewing online through live video streams at Eurogamer. The sessions will feature various figures from the gaming industry discussing games in development or more general gaming-related subjects.
Speakers who will be featured live online will include legendary developer Peter Molyneux, Halo Franchise Development Director Frank O’Connor from 343 Industries, Community and Communications Manager Meagan Marie and Tomb Raider Senior Art Developer from Crystal Dynamics, and Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 Game Design Director David Vonderhaar from Treyarch. You can check out a full listing and schedule for the live events at the live stream’s page on Eurogamer’s site.
The Eurogamer Expo is an annual event held in the United Kingdom for both the gaming press and general public organized by Eurogamer Network Limited, best known as the publisher of the popular Eurogamer website. (A site that will be forever dear to me for its role in exposing the vile calumnies directed at my beloved Vanquish.) It runs this year from this Thursday, September 27th until September 30th. In addition to developer sessions, the Expo features a showcase for indie games, social events for attendees, and the chance to try playable versions of games before their release. There’s also an associated event called the GamesIndustry fair for people interested in a career in the games industry. You can find more information about all of the events at the Eurogamer Expo at the official website.
Upcoming games that will be playable on the show floor this year include Halo 4, God of War: Ascension, Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, XCOM: Enemy Unknown, Gears of War: Judgment, Assassin’s Creed III, Crysis 3, Resident Evil 6 , Dead or Alive 5, Company of Heroes 2, Castlevania, Mirror of Fate, Farcry 3, Medal of Honor: Warfighter, Tomb Raider, and many others.
Note that all live streaming times listed are are British Summer Time, so so be sure to adjust for your time zone if needed; if you live in the continental United States, you’ll need to subtract 5 to 8 hours from the listed times. And possibly stockpile some caffeine, if you really want to see Peter Molyneux or Frank O’Connor and aren’t usually up and about at 4 AM.
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