Destiny 2, The Witcher, Final Fantasy XIV, Far Cry 5 and More

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Today the organizers of PAX West in Seattle, announced the full schedule of panels that will grace the show, and there is a lot for gamers to enjoy.

Destiny 2 game director Luke Smith will kick things off on Friday, September 1st, at 10:30 AM with his “Storytime” keynote, talking about his career from gaming journalism to his current position.

At 2:30 PM “Go Behind the Sound of Video Games with ArenaNet” will introduce the sound design of Guild Wars 2.

At 3:00 PM Square Enix will host the 1st anniversary panel of its mobile game Mobius: Final Fantasy, giving information on future updates

On Saturday at 10:30 AM there will be Gearbox Software’s traditional panel, where Randy Pitchford will probably pull a magic trick or two, and we might finally hear more about Borderlands 3.

At 12:30 PM Geoff Keighley will have his own panel, giving more information about this year’s The Game Awards.

At 1:00 PM, Michael-Christopher Koji Fox will host a panel on the localization and lore of Final Fantasy XIV’s newest expansion Stormblood.

At 2:30 PM, Ubisoft will have a panel on Far Cry 5,  titled “Mayhem in Montana.

At 3:00 PM Xbox Live Director of Programming Larry “Major Nelson” Hryb will host his traditional Major Nelson Radio live.

At 4:00 PM Tripwire Interactive will announce upcoming content for Rising Storm 2: Vietnam.

At 4:30 PM Monolith Productions will share more details about Middle-earth: Shadow of War.

On Sunday, at 12:oo PM, CD Projekt RED will celebrate the 10th anniversary of The Witcher series with a dedicated panel about the development of the games.

At the same hour Intrepid Studios will talk about the development of its upcoming MMORPG Ashes of Creation in its “Making MMOs Great Again” panel.

last, but not least, at 8:00 PM Heroic Games,  Silver Helm Studios and Missing Worlds Media will talk about the future of the superhero MMORPG genre after the death of City of Heroes. 

PAX West will open its gates in Seattle at the Washington State Convention Center on September 1st, 2017, and it’ll close on September 4th.

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