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QuakeCon is coming to London, and DOOM Eternal will be playable there

The event will be free to attend.

QuakeCon is coming to London, and DOOM Eternal will be playable there

QuakeCon is coming to London, and DOOM Eternal will be playable there

For the first time, QuakeCon is coming to Europe, giving gamers outside of the US an opportunity to get a glimpse of Bethesda's latest games, including DOOM Eternal, which will be playable at the event. 

QuakeCon Europe will take place in London on July 26th and 27th, with the events in London occurring concurrently with the QuakeCon in Dallas. IN Dallas Wolfenstein: Young Blood, RAGE 2 and Quake Champions will be playable. Bethesda has confirmed that a "range of existing and unreleased titles" will be playable at the event for attendees to try out, which is great news for Londoners as QuakeCon Europe will be free to attend on July 27th.

Attendees will require tickets to access the event, with July 26th being an "exclusive preview day" while July 27th will be a "public access day". If you wish to attend the event, you can sign up for updates on ticket availability/registration here
   


As Bethesda's first QuakeCon event outside of the US, the success of QuakeCon Europe will be used to determine whether or not future European events will be worthwhile for the publisher. 

You can join the discussion on QuakeCon Europe on the OC3D Forums

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