Watch out….there’s an Iceberg Ahead. We’re referring to the name of the livestream planned by video game studio Iceberg Interactive, who will be making several major announcements and showing off gameplay from their upcoming titles during Paris Games Week.
The presentation will be similar to streams sent out by the larger video game players, like Nintendo’s Direct and Sony’s State of Play. Hosting the show will be industry veteran Dan Maher of Inside XBox, and more than ten upcoming games from Iceberg are planned to be shown off. Here are the titles Iceberg plans to cover during Iceberg Ahead:
Railroad Corporation (PC)
Still There (PC & Nintendo Switch)
Transient (PC, PlayStation 4 & Xbox One)
Shortest Trip to Earth (PC)
Headsnatchers (PC & Nintendo Switch)
Circle Empires Rivals (PC)
One difference between Iceberg Ahead and larger streaming events like Nintendo Direct is that the company will be directly answering questions from the viewers. Just head over to the official Iceberg Interactive Discord server and the crew will be there to answer any questions you have.
Iceberg Ahead begins its transmission Tuesday, October 29 at 7pm GMT/3pm EDT on YouTube, but you can also watch it via Mixer, Twitch or Facebook.
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