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Coffee Stain Studios and Others Join PC Gaming Show Lineup

Gaming article by Trevor Whalen on May 31, 2019 at 7:20 PM
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The PC Gaming Show has added Coffee Stain Studios, Donkey Crew, Handy Games, and Samsung to its lineup. Presented by PC Gamer and held during E3, this show is entering its fifth year. It will be held June 10 at 10:00 AM Pacific time and broadcast via Twitch. This year the presenting sponsor is the Epic Games Store.

Coffee Stain Studios’ current project, Satisfactory, is in early access on the Epic Games’ Store. It was revealed at last year’s PC Gaming Show. In the game, you play as an engineer whose job is to construct factories on an alien world. The continuing goal is to expand them into greater levels of complexity and efficiency. While doing this you will also be encountering and combating native species on the alien planet.

 

Satisfactory follows from past Coffee Stain titles such as GOAT Simulator, where you play as a goat who causes destruction, and Sanctum, the FPS tower-defense. The company has also worked with other developers, such as Ghost Ship Games and co-op procedural sci-fi shooter Deep Rock Galactic.

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Donkey Crew is a new game studio made up of Mount and Blade modders and a self-described tight-knit team. They are currently working on Lost Oasis, the “Nomadic Survival MMO.” In the game, humans are forced to migrate to the only hospitable strip of land after Earth has ceased rotating.

Handy Games is part of THQ Nordic. They will be presenting an indie project they are publishing and that is being developed by Honig Studios: El Hijo. This is a non-violent stealth game set in a mythical place inspired by fictional depictions of the old American west. Players will control a six-year-old boy who has been left at a monastery by his father. Seeking to dig up a toy his mother made him bury, the young boy must sneak out of the monastery and get by enemies by figuring out their weaknesses and memorizing their patrol patterns

 

Samsung will be at the show to reveal a new PC gaming monitor. This year's PC Gaming Show is sponsored by Epic Games and these additions will be joining developers like Frontier, Paradox, Chucklefish and more.

Do you plan to watch the PC Gaming Show live this year? Are you interested in any of these new additions to their lineup? Let us know in the comments section below!

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I am a lifelong, enthusiastic gamer, freelance writer and editor, blogger, and Thief FM aficionado. I think that exploration-heavy, open-ended first-person games are the best vehicle for story-telling, with the finest Thief missions leading the pack.