Nvidia has announced a 24-hour PC gaming event called Game24, which is set to take place on the 18th September worldwide. Announced as the “first worldwide celebration of PC gamers”, Game 24 is expected to comprise of new game reveals, developer interviews and exclusive content, culminating in the possible reveal of Nvidia’s GeForce 900 series of graphics cards.
It was recently rumoured that Nvidia would be skipping the GeForce 800 series entirely, in order to bring the nomenclature in line with its mobile range of GPUs, and this is looking increasingly like it may well be the case. Scheduled to begin at 6PM PDT, the event will taking place locations across the world, including LA, London, Shanghai, Chicago, Stockholm, Mission, Viejo, and Indianiapolis.
If you’re interested in attending the events, either online via a live stream or in person, then you can register your here interest here . While Nvidia is promising a full 24 hours of of PC gaming entertainments the exact details are still a mystery, with promotion details expected to be revealed in the run up to the event.
“NVIDIA and the PC Gaming industry are kicking off an unprecedented 24-hour event. The goal of this event is simple – to celebrate this thing we all love called PC gaming,” wrote Nvidia. “It will be packed with exclusive content, developer interviews, game reveals, give-aways, and more.”
The event is perfectly timed to coincide with what we expect to be the reveal of the GeForce 900 series of graphics cards. Recent leaks of the GeForce GTX 870 and GeForce GTX 880 indicate what we can come to expect from Nvidia’s latest, which is likely to once again remain on the 28nm architecture. What are you expecting from Game 24? Will you be trying to attend in person or online? Let us know!