Steam Digital Tabletop Fest To Take Place October 21-26


The upcoming Steam Digital Tabletop Fest kicks off next month and will feature panels for games like Gloomhaven, Plague Inc: Evolved, and more.

The Steam Game Fests we’ve been treated to this year have mostly been a hit. They’re a great way to try out demos of upcoming games, while also enjoying some deeper dives with the devs. Now, Steam is looking to expand beyond board games with its upcoming Steam Digital Tabletop Fest. The week-long shindig kicks off October 21 and will feature several panels and games.

Thus far, the team at Steam hasn’t given out too many details for what to expect. For now, we only know a few things, but they are pretty exciting. Personally, I’m most looking forward to the Gloomhaven live stream featuring the game’s developers. In early access, that game has been pretty fun, though it still needs some work to bring the full experience to the digital world.

We’re also going to be treated to panels for Plague Inc: Evolved and Othercide. Plus, a team of designers will sit down with actual scientists to talk about what games get right and wrong about being on Mars. The last panel currently on the docket is all about Cthulhu games. Hopefully, in the coming days, we get a better idea of what to expect from the event.

Presumably, several of the games included will also get a heavy discount during the event. So, if you’re hoping to grab some new digital board games, this might be a great time to do so.

The Steam Digital Tabletop Fest runs from October 21-26. Be sure to check back with DualShockers closer to the event to see what might be worth watching.

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