Here are the Dates for PAX West and PAX Unplugged 2019

Here are the Dates for PAX West and PAX Unplugged 2019

Save the date and plan accordingly.

PAX West and PAX Unplugged now have dates, so you can plan your trips accordingly. Once again PAX West will take place in Seattle at the Washington State Convention Center.

PAX West will take place between August 30 and September 2 in Seattle, Washington. The event will last four days and include panels, demo booths, and more. Who knows, maybe you can catch USG on the show floor?

Of course the biggest things are the games, and you can expect new demos of upcoming releases. We don't know what'll be on the show floor yet, but there's a good chance there'll be some big games there. Maybe even some that are going to be announced at E3 in a month.

Then in December, the third annual PAX Unplugged will take place in the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia. PAX Unplugged is, as the name suggests, PAX's tabletop games convention for all things boardgame, card game, and pen-and-paper game-related amusements. PAX Unplugged will run through December 6-8.

Devil May Cry 5 was among the games being shown off at last year's PAX West | Kiko

Like other PAX events, expect panels, dev demos, and maybe a Gamer Network team member on the show floor. And of course, both PAX events will likely have fan meetups, cosplay, and all the other wonderful things that happen at conventions.

Tickets for PAX West will go on sale later this month, while tickets for Pax Unplugged will be available for purchase beginning on May 9. Tickets for PAX West usually go fast, so keep an eye out. We'll have posts for when tickets go on sale as well.

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Matt Kim

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Matt Kim is a former freelance writer who's covered video games and digital media. He likes video games as spectacle and is easily distracted by bright lights or clever bits of dialogue. He also once wrote about personal finance, but that's neither here nor there.

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