QuakeCon will be an all-digital show for the third year in a row

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The long-standing “QuakeCon” operated by Zenimax will again be a purely digital event in 2022.

Taking place August 18-20, QuakeCon marks the third consecutive year that it has chosen to go fully digital amid the ongoing uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite this, there are said to be plans to return to a physical gathering in 2023.

As noted in the statement on Twitter, more details surrounding the event will be announced in June, with plans to curate “exciting new streaming programming, online meetups, giveaways, charity offerings, virtual BYOC and more.”

With the event generally drawing around 10,000 in attendance, it’s no surprise that QuakeCon is being extra cautious for now.

What do you think of QuakeCon going all-digital for the third year in a row? Are you ready to return to physical events? Let us know. QuakeCon will be an all-digital show for the third year in a row

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