The organizers behind the Game Developers Conference will be giving it another shot in August with an in-person event called GDC Summer.
GDC 2020 may be postponed as an event, but organizers have decided they will continue to run some of the plans strictly online.
So in the wake of GDC 2020 being canceled, something many of us don't see is the financial aftermath that takes place on indie developers.
This afternoon, after several cancelations and pullouts, GDC 2020 has officially been postponed and will not take place this March.
Microsoft has become the latest company to announce they've pulled out of GDC 2020 over concerns regarding the coronavirus.
The latest company to pull out of GDC 2020 this week is Electronic Arts as they've cited the coronavirus as their main reason.
Continuing the trend of companies bailing from conventions due to the coronavirus, Kojima Productions has pulled out of GDC 2020.
Joining the growing list of companies pulling out of events due to the coronavirus, Facebook has decided to skip GDC 2020 this year.
Sony has decided to pull out of two more conventions in 2020, but this time due to concerns over the Coronavirus, as they skip GDC and PAX East.
Another set of awards announced for GDC 2020 week as the Game Developers Choice Awards released their list of finalists.
Earlier today, the Independent Games Festival (IGF) revealed the finalists for the 22nd Annual Independent Games Festival happening during GDC 2020.
GDC and PAX East this year hosted a Brazil Games Showcase, which brought some of the best indie games from Brazil to the states.
Red Blue Games’ Sparklite is a brawler-adventure with procedural world generation, but its classic influences are pretty obvious even at first glance.
Merge Games’ and Blackstaff Games’ Buildings Have Feelings Too is a real-time city builder with a twist- the buildings all have thoughts and feelings.
Rebellion’s remaster of Sniper Elite 2 was playable at GDC last month to show off the new graphics, rendering technology, and updated X-ray kill cam.