The final track on day one of PC Connects London 2019 was The Long Game.
One of our new tracks for this year's show, this series of talks will be looking at live games and community, with our speakers sharing insight into developing, managing and even marketing a game well after launch.
During this track, Joe Brammer from indie studio Bulkhead Interactive talked about the making of World War Two shooter Batallion 1944 while PCGamesInsider.biz editor Alex Calvin spoke with Wargaming's Sean Lee about what the firm had learnt over World of Tank's nine-year life.
Check out the videos below for more insight from this track.
This track was sponsored by RuneScape firm Jagex, who was a gold partner alongside Xsolla while Dolby Digital was our silver partner.
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