Fancy going to the PC Gamer Weekender 2018? We have five pairs of tickets up for grabs!
The PC Gamer Weekender returns for the third year running on February 17th and 18th 2018 at London’s Olympia. Those who attend the show will be able to play some of the best upcoming PC games as well as attend talks and workshops from the developers themselves. Want to go yourself and take a friend? You can win a pair of tickets with us below.
Let’s go over what you will be able to play if you do attend this year’s PC Gamer Weekender. Firstly, Warhammer: Vermintide 2 will be playable, the sequel to the first-person rat slaughtering game. Phoenix Point will also be there, the next game from X-COM creator Julian Gollop – one for all you turn-based tactics game fans.
Hybrid survival game Rend is another game you’ll be able to play, along with management and strategy game Production Line. Crash Force, a multiplayer arena shooter about racing and blowing up other hovercrafts, too, and new transport strategy game Mashinsky.
As far as the talks go, you’ll get exclusive live interviews, never-before-seen footage, and reveals from Total War Saga: Thrones of Britannia creators Creative Assembly, Vermintide 2 developers Farshark, Mojang on the future of Minecraft, and FTL studio Subset Games talking about their next strategy title Into The Breach.
There will also be a workshop with YouTuber Tom Logan who will help you with upgrading your PC and getting the perfect setup for gaming. Plus, event sponsors HP will run a bootcamp that will give you a masterclass in getting better at Overwatch.
Raring to go? You can either purchase your tickets here – and if you enter the promotional codePCGAMESN20 you will get a 20% discount -or you can enter our competition via the widget below to win a pair of tickets.Every action you complete is worth one entry into the giveaway, and the more actions you complete the more chance you’ll have of winning. We’ll also need your email address so we can send you a code upon winning – we won’t send you spam, we promise.