PAX West and PAX Unplugged have been given dates, and early enough so you can make plans well ahead of time.
First up is PAX West 2019, which will once again take place in Seattle at the Washington State Convention Center.
The four-day event will feature the usual range of retail and development studio exhibitions in massive halls.
On the retail end, we won’t share how much we spent on D&D dice at the Wizards of the Coast booth many PAX Wests ago. Let’s just say it was quite a bit and leave it at that.
There will also be plenty of developer panels to attend, some of which may even debut or announce a new game in the works.
During the event, you can visit the PAX Arena full of esports goodness, and YouTube, Twitch, and Mixer streamers.
PAX West takes place August 30 – September 2. Badge sales will be available later this month.
In December, the third-annual PAX Unplugged will take place at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia.
PAX Unplugged focuses on tabletop games and expands this year with a larger expo hall. Have fun looking at all of the cool board, card, and pen-and-paper games ranging from classics, new expansions, and unreleased offerings.
Attendees can also participate in talks with creators, live tabletop gaming shows, and more.
PAX Plugged runs December 6-8. Badges and pre-sale merchandise will be available for purchase beginning May 9.