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How to watch DC FanDome online: A guide to streaming every major panel this weekend

(Image credit: DC)

Are you ready for DC's FanDome? Sure, you might feel ready but you also need to get prepared well ahead of time for the unique 24-hour online-only event, lest you get left behind on the day itself. 

Below, we’ll take you through how to watch DC FanDome, as well as making sure you’re all set when it comes to streaming the online panels for the likes of The Batman (opens in new tab), Snyder Cut (opens in new tab), and Wonder Woman 1984 (opens in new tab) this weekend.

How to watch DC FanDome

(Image credit: Warner Bros./Jim Lee)

So, you’ve taken a look at the DC FanDome schedule (opens in new tab) and planned out your Saturday (that's Saturday, 22 August, when the main show is happening). How do you actually get into the event? 

Easy: head on over to the FanDome live page (opens in new tab) right now to see all the action!

You can watch on PC, Mac, or mobile. It’s not yet confirmed whether you can watch through the PS4 and Xbox One web browsers. Assuming you can, it’s unlikely to be the optimum experience, given how clunky the console web browsers can sometimes feel.

Thinking ahead? Pro tip: add anything you want to watch via the schedule page now so you can access it without any fuss. There are also encore presentations should you miss out first time ‘round.

Assuming you have other plans on Saturday – tut, tut – then your best bet to keep an eye on all the action and announcements would be to follow the DC and Warner Bros. Pictures Twitter accounts, plus we'll be keeping you updated @TotalFilm (opens in new tab).

And there you have it! Join us Saturday as GamesRadar+ covers the biggest and best news from DC FanDome.

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