The Guerrilla Collective Bands Together Popular Studios For Three-Day Digital Festival

The Guerrilla Collective Bands Together Popular Studios For Three-Day Digital Festival

Add another digital showcase to June.

A new digital showcase has been locked in for this June, featuring a number of popular developers and publishers. Dubbed "The Guerilla Collective," the group will reveal announcements and trailers over the course of three days from June 6 through 8.

Produced by Media Indie Exchange (also known as The MIX) and Kinda Funny, the latter's Greg Miller will host the three-day reveal event. As to who's involved, it's a mix of indie devs and publishers ranging from Larian Studios and Paradox to Disco Elysium developer ZA/UM. Here's the full list, with possibly more studios to come:

  • 11 Bit Studios
  • Another Inside
  • Coffee Stain
  • Fellow Traveller
  • Funcom
  • Good Shepherd
  • Head Up
  • Humble Bundle
  • Larian Studios
  • Modern Wolf
  • Paradox Interactive
  • Raw Fury
  • Rebellion
  • Those Awesome Guys
  • Thunderful
  • United Label
  • Versus Evil
  • Whitethorn Games
  • Wings
  • Ysbryd Games
  • ZA/UM

It's a pretty interesting mix of studios. Heavy-hitters like Larian could be talking about Baldur's Gate 3, while smaller teams could be premiering new projects or ports. Alongside the developers, several publishers like Raw Fury and Ysbryd are bound to have some eye-catching games in store; the latter published this year's Junji Ito-inspired roguelike World of Horror. Hopefully their news is something a little less nightmare-inducing.

Since the cancellation of E3 2020 over concerns surrounding the ongoing coronavirus crisis, many shows have been moving online and setting up digital showcases. Geoff Keighley's Summer Game Fest has been gathering a good number under its umbrella, and the events are set to roll out from now through August. It looks like rather than one week of concentrated gaming news, we're getting four months.

Eric Van Allen

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Eric is a writer and Texan. He's a former contributor to sites including Compete, Polygon, Waypoint, and the Washington Post. He loves competitive games, live music, and travel.

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