Get Hype with the EB Expo 2014 trailer

ebexpo201411What’s a big event without a trailer? It’s nothing, that’s what it is. And in the lead up to Australia’s biggest video games event, the people behind EB Games Expo 2014 have jumped on the trailer bandwagon and released a video showcasing everything attendees can expect to see come October 3-5 2014.

Held at the Sydney Showground at Olympic Park from October 3 to 5, 2014, the EB Games Expo 2014 promises to offer all of the things attendees have loved about previous years events whilst also adding more to keep the event fresh. Confirmed exhibitors for the event include Ubisoft, EA Games, 2K Games, Activision, Bethesda, Nintendo, Playstation, Warner Bros, Turtle Beach and Xbox, amongst others.

With respect to attractions, the ever popular EB Community Hub is back, as is the EB Mega Store (of course), with Home Grown Gaming, Laser Skirmish, Freeplay City and Just’Cos also making an appearance. Sounding more like a city than an event, the EB Games Expo will feature a show floor larger than two football fields, where attendees will be able to go hands on with all the latest and upcoming releases. The Freeplay City will include features such as Retro City Park, The Arcade, The Console Business District and the Next Gen Lab (which technically should be ‘now gen’ but I digress).

Tickets go on sale 10am Sydney Time on Thursday April 24, and as with previous years events, there seem to be a plethora of different ticket types. Those wanting to get a bead on the different ticket types prior to tickets releasing can head here. For everyone else, enjoy the trailer below, and check out the official website for more information.


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