Gamer Network, the lovely company which also operates this website, has begun selling tickets for EGX 2015.

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The event will once again take place over four days in September, now at its new home at the NEC in Birmingham.

More than 80,000 attendees are expected over the four days, drawn like moths to the flames created by hundreds of playable PC, console, mobile and indie game experiences (not actual flames, hopefully).

EGX 2015 will also feature an even bigger section focused on gaming culture, including cosplay, eSports, retro gaming, merchandise and more.

Of course, the event's usual schedule of developer sessions and panels will also return.

Publishers already signed up to show off their latest titles include 2K, Bandai Namco Games, Bethesda Softworks, Capcom, Electronic Arts, Introversion Software, Nintendo, PlayStation, Sega, Square Enix, Team17, Ubisoft, Versus Evil and Xbox.

Virtual Reality also returns to EGX, with Oculus VR the first company to confirm its attendance.

Ticket prices remain frozen at last year's prices: £17.50 for a day, £20 for early entry or £60 for a four day Super Pass.

Gamer Network is also partnering with travel and accommodation partners to offer discounts for ticket holders. Virgin Trains will offer a 25 per cent discount EGX 2015 attendees, for example.

For more information and to buy tickets, head on over to the EGX 2015 site.

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