PAX Australia 2017’s exhibitors and panel schedule announced

PAX Australia 2017’s exhibitor list and panel schedule have been released. Taking place in Melbourne, Australia from October 29-29, attendees are in for a real treat.

On the show floor, PAX Aus attendees will have the opportunity to go hands-on with games and hardware from Nintendo, Microsoft, EA, Bandai Namco, Activision and more. The Aus Indie Showcase will also be on the floor, giving attendees a chance to see the best independent developers in the country.

The PAX Australia 2017 panel schedule is live on the PAX website. The panel schedule is headlined by Storytime, hosted by Rooster Teeth founder Burnie Burns. Other panels of note include League of Heels, Acquisitions Inc. (in its first ever visit to Australia), Penny Arcade Q&A, It is Happening… A Game: Twin Peaks the Game hosted by 28 Plays Later’s Paul Verhoeven, tonnes of speedrunning, competitive gaming and more.

Check out the full list on the PAX website.

A dedicated space on the show floor will be set aside for Call of Duty: WWII for fans to get some hands-on time just prior to its release. There will also be an R18+ are in Console Freeplay and an art gallery showcase for game photography. An area will also be dedicated to Blush Blox; a local collective exploring love and sexuality in games.

PAX Australia 2017 looks set to be the biggest and best PAX Aus yet.

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Leo Stevenson
Leo Stevenson
I've been playing games for the past 27 years and have been writing for almost as long. Combining two passions in the way I'm able is a true privilege. PowerUp! is a labour of love and one I am so excited to share.

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