NVIDIA has just announced that the GeForce Gaming Celebration event will take place on August 20, where the company will reveal "latest GeForce hardware" and "spectacular surprises."
The event takes place just one day before Gamescom is so good Time for media to get hands on the hardware.
Below is the PR sent:
NVIDIA / Eventbrite,
Join our GeForce Gaming Celebration!
This event is filled with amazing new PC games running on the latest GeForce hardware, cool scenes, food and drinks, and some spectacular surprises.
Festivals kick off at 6:00 CET Monday, August 20th. The site is subject to capacity limits and entry will be the first time, so it seems to get there early. Limit one ticket per person.
The location will be revealed closer to the event. Stay tuned to your inbox and GeForce.com for more information!
The world's largest gaming show, Gamescom 2018, runs 21 August in 25-25 in Cologne, Germany. And GeForce will be big there – at our Gamescom fair, Hall 10.1, Booth E-072; at our partner booths, who run the latest PC games; and on our own off-site GeForce Gaming Celebration that starts the day before.
The event will be loaded with new, exclusive, hands-on demos of the hottest upcoming games, stage presentations from the world's largest game developers, and some spectacular surprises.
To join, just head here, sign up and get up to the festival on Monday, August 20th. The doors open at 17.30 and the fun starts at 18.00. There is limited space, so make sure you arrive early. Can not do it personally? Do not worry, it will be livestreamed.
If you somehow choose to miss Monday's epic event, the party will continue on Tuesday at 10:00 and will run through 17:00. Again, the room is strictly first-come-first-hand, so make sure you and your clown members show up early to go hand in hand with the spectacular PC-driven demos of the most anticipated, yet to be -released games.
The new GTX series, allegedly numbered in the 1100 series, has been rumored for a while now, but it seems as if they are finally made official. Expect to see the revelation of the GTX 1080 and 1070 at least on the event.
Any guesses for the "spectacular surprise" though? I'm aiming for a new Tegra.
Time to sell the GTX 1080Ti boys?