Last chance for tickets to PAX Australia 2015

Last chance for tickets to PAX Australia 2015

From 30 October to 1 November Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre will be hosting PAX Australia, the only Penny Arcade games expo held outside of the United States.

With over 120 panels and an huge number of international speakers confirmed for PAX Aus, this year promises to deliver attendees the most entertaining, diverse, and informative, range of talks, debates, and shows in PAX Aus’ three year history.

Some highlights include:

Friday, October 30

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided – The Augmented Future

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided writer Mary DeMarle and Global Brand Manager Rodney Lelu will be showcasing their upcoming cyberpunk thriller, taking fans through exclusive gameplay and story.

Rooster Teeth

Formed in 2001 with the online smash hit Red Vs Blue, Rooster Teeth has since grown into a Texas-sized production company, responsible for none other than Achievement Hunter, RWBY, The Gauntlet, Immersion, Slo-Mo Guys, and plenty more. Join the Rooster Teeth staff as they go up on stage completely unprepared and wing it!

Unravel – A Larger than Life Journey

Join Coldwood Creative Director Martin Sahlin as he takes you on a journey through the upcoming adventures of Yarny – a small creature made of red yarn, who explores the world around him by using his own body.

Saturday, October 31

Just Cause 3 – Appetite for Destruction

Join key members of Avalanche Studios – the makers of Just Cause – as they discuss the series’ inspiration and distinctive style and showcase the upcoming Just Cause 3.

Sunday, November 1

Naughty Dog presents Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End

Join Arne Meyer from Naughty Dog for an exclusive look at the upcoming Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End!

CD PROJEKT RED Presents: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

Join members of CD PROJEKT RED to discuss the upcoming expansions for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, and talk about the future of the series.

Last chance for tickets to PAX Australia 2015

Saturday tickets are now sold out for Australians, but Kiwis and other overseas guests can still pick up 3-day international passes online at will be wandering the halls in Melbourne for the entire weekend and reporting back after the show.