Always wanted to prove that you're better at games than those of us who write about them? Then the PC Gamer Weekender is your ultimate guarantee of oneupmanship and everlasting contentment. At least until 2017.
Our sister publication is hosting two days of PC-based competition on 5 and 6 March, with the biggest new titles playable and developers on hand to provide exclusive insight into making games. The event takes place at the Old Truman Brewery in East London, with tickets on sale now for £24.
Dark Souls 3, Total War: Warhammer and Street Fighter 5 are just three of the box-fresh offerings you can go hands-on with on the UK's biggest 'ready to play' PC gaming floor. Click here for an A-Z list of what's playable, with more titles to be added in the coming weeks.
PC Workshops will enable you to get expert advice on the best – and most cost-effective – methods of modding your machine, with bespoke Sega and Capcom Zones offering time with two legendary publishers' greatest games of the past and present.
Rumoured to appear on the PC Gamer Stage, where the magazine team will be firing questions at some of the industry's most accomplished creative minds, are Julian Gollop and devs from Creative Assembly, Talewords and Firaxis.
To book your ticket – and secure your first choice of gaming session, many of which are expected to sell out beforehand – click here.