Cyberpunk 2077 developer CD Projekt RED and research firm Newzoo join PC Connects London 2019 line-up

Cyberpunk 2077 developer CD Projekt RED and research firm Newzoo join PC Connects London 2019 line-up

CD Projekt RED, the studio behind arguably the most anticipated triple-A release at the moment in Cyberpunk 2077, will be on-stage at PC Connects London 2019.

Level designer Max Pears has joined the line-up for the forthcoming PC games b2b conference, which is taking place on January 21st and 22nd.

Furthermore, data and research firm Newzoo is also part of the upcoming event, and will be looking to the future of the PC games space to see what innovations are coming up next.

These firms join the likes of Sir Ian Livingstone CBE, Sports Interactive, Creative Assembly - the developers of Sega's Football Manager and Total War franchises respectively - Curve Digital, Super Evil Megacorp, blockchain-powered PC storefront Robot Cache, Ico Partners' Thomas Bidaux, Auroch Digital chief Tomas Rawlings and Purewal and Partners bod Peter Lewin on-stage at the event.

More topline speakers are yet to come for the January 21st and 22nd event so keep your eyes peeled to for more details.

We'll also be hearing more from our line-up of incredible speakers in the weeks running up to the event with speaker profiles, Q&As, market-leading insight and much more.

This is the second year that PC Connects has set up shop in London and this time around we are taking no prisoners.

In 2019, the PC games market is set to change forever as new technology and companies challenge the established order of things. The PC Revolution is underway and you should kick off the year by getting up to speed with the trends that you need to know about to weather these shifts.

Tickets are available here and grant access to not only PC Connects London, but our older sibling Pocket Gamer Connects London 2019 and new arrival Blockchain Gamer Connects London 2019. 

More info about the event can be found right here

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