Steam Game Festival: Spring Edition announced, bringing demos for over 40 games originally set for GDC
Stuck at home and unsure what to play? Geoff Keighley knows the way.
What you need to know
- The Steam Game Festival is coming back with a Spring edition.
- This edition of the Festival brings over 40 game demos for games that would've been at GDC 2020.
- The Festival is kicking off on March 18 and runs through March 23.
While social distancing is being encouraged, it's the perfect time for playing a lot of different games. Geoff Keighley, creator and host of the Game Awards, understands this quite well. Today, Keighley announced that the Steam Game Festival is coming back! If you're unfamiliar with the Festival, this is a period of time in which a bunch of game demos are available to try on Steam.
This Steam Game Festival: Spring Edition features over 40 games that would've been at GDC 2020 before its cancellation/postponement.
Surprise! @thegamefestival returns tomorrow to @Steam with 40+ new games you can play at home, which were originally set for GDC. This is the Spring edition of @thegamefestival pic.twitter.com/lD7LE509GeSurprise! @thegamefestival returns tomorrow to @Steam with 40+ new games you can play at home, which were originally set for GDC. This is the Spring edition of @thegamefestival pic.twitter.com/lD7LE509Ge— Geoff Keighley (@geoffkeighley) March 17, 2020March 17, 2020
The Steam Game Festival: Spring Edition will be available from March 18 at 10 a.m. PDT to March 23 at 10 a.m. PDT. When it kicks off, you'll be able to find the long list of games here.
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