PAX East 2023 to Feature The Pokémon Company, Inti Creates, XSEED Games and More

    Many unreleased games to be featured.

    ReedPop announced PAX East returns to the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center (BCEC) from March 23 to 26, 2023. PAX East 2023 will feature many new upcoming games from publishers such as The Pokémon Company, THQ Nordic, and Inti Creates. 

    Many publishers will be present on the PAX East 2023 expo hall with hands-on demos of unreleased games, new merchandise, developer panels, and much more. The Pokémon Company and XSEED Games are returning publishers from last year’s PAX East convention, so fans can expect some games from them. 

    Media, content creators, and regular attendees may now register for badges at the official PAX East website. All attendees may receive news and updates by visiting the official website and following PAX on TwitterFacebookTwitchYouTube, and Instagram.

    “We can’t wait to get back to Boston for PAX East, and kick off another year of shows,” said Jerry Holkins, co-founder of Penny Arcade and PAX. “The designers went above and beyond on the theme this year, and we can’t wait to welcome gamers home.”

    Here’s an overview of what’s to come via ReedPop:

    PAX East 2023 Overview
    The Pokemon Company, Yacht Club Games, THQ Nordic, Devolver Digital, and Inti Creates are a few of the publishers ready to show off some of their most anticipated upcoming releases at PAX East this year. Chucklefish, Ysbryd Games, XSEED Games, and Plaion will also take over the expo hall with hands-on opportunities for unreleased titles, merchandise from fan-favorite games including limited-edition pins, and much more.
    Tech and hardware giants like Intel, Corsair, and AORUS (GIGABYTE) will have booths alongside industry-renowned indie publishers such as Finji, Raw Fury, Brace Yourselves Games, PM Studios, and many others eager to connect with attendees on the PAX East show floor.
    In addition to a jam-packed expo hall, PAX East 2023 will treat attendees to a weekend filled with panels from fan-favorite content creators and video game industry icons, as well as esports-tournaments, live concerts featuring beloved video game music, freeplay lounges, and community meetups.
    Soul Kiwami
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    Raul Ochoa, a.k.a. Soul Kiwami, is the Deputy Editor in Chief of Final Weapon and a News Writer at Game Rant. With a passion for the Japanese gaming industry, Raul is a huge fan of Nintendo Switch, PC hardware, JRPGs and fighting/action games. business email:

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