20-23 Sept 2018
The NEC,


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12th September 2018

Five playable indie games heading to EGX courtesy of Game Drive

Game Drive is bringing five playable games to the Rezzed area of EGX. Read on to see which games have just been added to the line-up and head to the what's on page to see all the playable games that have been announced so far.


As Tannenberg marches ever closer to full release, fans can enjoy an exclusive sneak peek at some unrevealed content during EGX! Experience authentic First World War action with 64 player battles of maneuver on the Eastern Front. The Russian Empire and Kingdom of Roumania faces off against Germany and Austro-Hungary, with large maps leading to grand battles.


Longtime fans can enjoy a game of Verdun at EGX! There will even be some brand new content… Verdun is the first multiplayer FPS set in an authentic World War One setting, the game which started the 1914-1918 WW1 Game series. Merciless trench warfare offers a unique battlefield experience, immersing you and your squad in intense battles of attack and defense.

Tricky Towers

Stack bricks and cast magical spells to build a winning tower in single player challenges online and local multiplayer battles and tournaments. Different game modes and unpredictable spells keep the action fresh!

Swords and Soldiers 2 Shawarmageddon

The action packed side-scrolling strategy game is back… and it’s coming to Steam on PC, Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4! Unleash armies of Vikings, Demons and Persians to take on the world in online matchmaking, or prove your skills as a battlefield commander in the unique challenges of the campaign.

We Were Here Series

Playable exclusively at EGX! Delve into the secrets hidden within the sinister Castle Rock in the communication-based, cooperative puzzle adventure series. With only your wits and a pair of walkie-talkies, can you and a partner escape?

EGX, the UK's biggest games event, returns to the NEC in Birmingham on the 20th-23rd September. What are you waiting for, get your tickets now!

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