Eurogamer Expo 2011 dates announced

Four days! 30,000 people! More stuff!

Eurogamer is delighted to announce that next year's Eurogamer Expo will take place at Earls Court from 22nd to 25th September 2011.

Yes, we're smashing out four full days of Eurogamer Expo next year following the wild, orgiastic success of this year's event - and we're using more of Earls Court, too, so we can accommodate more than 30,000 gamers across the show.

This year we hosted more playable UK exclusives than ever, many well ahead of their release - including Kinect, Gran Turismo 5, Gears of War III, Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood, Brink and many others. Next year we plan to have even more.

For 2010 we also welcomed industry luminaries Peter Molyneux, Tim Willits and Yuji Naka among a starry cast of speakers for our Developer Sessions. Molyneux was introduced by a town crier and talked about the evolution of the Fable series, Willits showed RAGE on three consecutive days and there were countless other highlights. Expect more of that too.

Oh, and if you missed them, you can watch several of the speeches - including Molyneux's keynote - on our Videos channel.

We're going to be announcing further details on tickets, exhibitors and other changes for Eurogamer Expo 2011 in the New Year, so watch out! The scenes, they will be amazing.

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