QuakeCon 2022 Digital-Only Event To Be Held In August

It has been announced that there will be a QuakeCon 2022 event, but this time it will be featured as a digital-only event with a duration from August 18th until August 20th.

Bethesda Softworks has just announced that due to limited time, they have not been able to plan the event the way they wanted to, so they have decided to make the event digital.

They have also said that they look forward to 2023, where they hope QuakeCon 2022 will be an in-person event where people will be able to connect, reconnect and learn new things.

Here is their announcement:

“Like you, we’re disappointed to not return to Dallas this year. An event of this size requires months of planning, and in this case, we had to make decisions when there was still too much uncertainty to commit to successfully executing an in-person QuakeCon.

We’re committed to returning with our full in-person festival in 2023, and already looking forward to reconnecting with friends, a massive BYOC packed with your latest custom PC creations, our wild contests, and tons of great new games and hardware for attendees to try out.

We can’t wait to see you online this August and in-person next year.”

What do you think about this? Is it time to go back to the normal way of hosting events?

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