By John Walker on November 19th, 2013 at 4:00 pm.
Eurogamer has announced a new look to what was once known as Rezzed. Now called EGX Rezzed 2014, the remit has been expanded rather, now featuring PC, indie and now console games. Whatever they are. It’s once again to take place at Birmingham’s NEC, this time on the 28th to the 30th March. Indeed, an extra day long.
“EGX” is the recent rebranding of the enormous, formerly-known-as Eurogamer Expo, with Rezzed now its slightly littler brother. The difference? An emphasis on PC and indie games that you won’t find at the London show. And indeed the Leftfield Collection will still be a key part of things, offering show floor space to indies who would never be able to get it otherwise. Oh, and the board games section too.
The developer sessions will also take place, with announcements about who will be appearing likely to be dripfed our way as the date gets closer.
Tickets right now are 20% off, set at £9.60 for a day, or £21.60 for all three.