Japan's biggest gaming show is still happening, but it'll be a digital-only online stream.
Coronavirus might've killed E3 and PAX East for this year, but the Tokyo Game Show is pivoting to a digital stream. The event will be streamed across a four day span from September 23-27, and is online-only. Fans won't be able to attend, but the show will be streamed from the Makuhari Messe convention center outside of Tokyo.
TGS 2020 will include announcements from a plethora of Japanese game studios, from indies to mainstream AAA heavy-hitters from the likes of Capcom, Bandai Namco, PlatinumGames, SEGA, and Square Enix. There will be e-sports tournaments and new service showcases and announcements as well.
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