Call of Duty, Halo 4, Valve, Peter Molyneux and many more to be broadcast live from this years Eurogamer Expo. The UK's biggest and best gaming festival has announced that it will be offering live video streams of many of this year's developer sessions on Eurogamer.net throughout the show.
The Eurogamer Expo returns to Earls Court, London, from 27th-30th September and the live developer sessions stream will be available throughout the show, featuring presentations by the likes of Treyarch, 343 Industries, Valve and Peter Molyneux.
The full schedule of sessions to be broadcast online (all times UK):
Thursday 27th September
12:00 - Frank O'Connor from 343 Industries - Halo 4
13:00 - Jamie Keen from Ubisoft Montreal - Far Cry 3
16:00 - Dean Hall from Bohemia Interactive - DayZ Standalone
17:30 - Torben Ellert/Christian Elverdam from IO Interactive - Hitman: Absolution
Friday 28th September
12:00 - Chet Faliszek from Valve Software - How to give yourself a job in the game industry
13:00 - Alex Hutchinson/Jonathan Cooper from Ubisoft Montreal - Assassin's Creed 3
14:00 - Matt Webster from Criterion Games - Need for Speed: Most Wanted
15:00 - David Vonderhaar from Treyarch - Call of Duty: Blacks Ops II - Challenging Assumptions
16:00 - Ralph Fulton from Playground Games - Forza Horizon
Saturday 29th September
13:30 - David Footman from Ubisoft Toronto - Splinter Cell: Blacklist
15:30 - Clive Moody from Codemasters Racing - GRID 2: Total Race Day Immersion
16:30 - Peter Holzapfel from Crytek - Warface
17:30 - Jean Max-Morris from DONTNOD - Remember Me
Sunday 30th September
12:00 - Peter Molyneux from 22 Cans - Curiosity
13:30 - Meagan Marie/Brian Horton from Crystal Dynamics - Tomb Raider
15:00 - Lorne Lanning from Oddworld Inhabitants - Abe's Oddysee HD
16:00 - Dominic Matthews from Ninja Theory - DmC: Devil May Cry
The Eurogamer Expo developer sessions bring gamers face to face with the developers of the world's biggest games before release. They often feature exclusive behind-closed-doors presentations of in-development titles usually reserved for the press and industry, and the majority include audience Q&A for attendees.
"This year we're delighted to be sharing more of the Eurogamer Expo online than we ever have before," said Eurogamer Managing Director Rupert Loman. "Following the developer sessions live online gives you a window into one of the most exciting aspects of the show."
This year's Eurogamer Expo promises more playable games than ever (including a large number of UK first-plays), our highest-profile developer session schedule, as well as a number of satellite events including the Games Industry Fair.
Tickets for Eurogamer Expo 2012 are nearly sold out, with the final tickets for Thursday and Friday available to purchase at www.eurogamerexpo.com
Powered by YouTube, the live developer sessions will be broadcast on Eurogamer.net at: http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/eurogamer-expo-2012-live-developer-sessions and via the Eurogamer YouTube channel at http://www.youtube.com/eurogamer/.