EGX Rezzed - the "hipster EGX", as I will probably get sacked for calling it, which is brought to you by Gamer Network, the company which publishes this website - is coming back to Tobacco Dock in London next year, and tickets are now on sale.
The show runs from Thursday 7th to Saturday 9th April 2016. A three-day Super Pass costs £30, Thursday tickets are £10, and Friday and Saturday tickets will set you back £13.50. (There are no developer sessions planned for Thursday, hence the lower cost.)
Now I suppose I would say this, in an effort to reverse that sacking, but EGX Rezzed is a pretty good time. Rezzed has a more relaxed and intimate vibe than the glitzy, loud EGX show floor, and an indie bias - though you'll find a few big names there too. The show really felt like it had found its natural home when the company brought it to Tobacco Dock last year; it's a unique venue with a very different feel to the usual cavernous conference hall. We on Eurogamer certainly enjoyed ourselves, getting blown away by SteamVR and imprisoning each other in coffins.
Plans are still being put in place the 2016 show, but they involve more playable games, more developer sessions and more game creators on the show floor. Hope to see you there!
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