Paradox Interactive to Host PDXCON Remixed, a Digital Event for Paradox Fans, in May 2021

Paradox Interactive, a publisher and developer of an extensive mix of games, today announced an upcoming digital event for fans, partners, and gamers worldwide: PDXCON Remixed, an online-only adaptation of its community celebration event. PDXCON Remixed will be an interactive event taking place on May 21-23, 2021, and will be free to attend and participate in for everybody. The event will include exciting announcements, panels and presentations from developers and designers, and interactive content spread across three days of streaming.

In addition, Paradox is inviting all fans to remix PDXCON their own way, allowing anybody to submit their own talks, panels, or content for inclusion in PDXCON Remixed. Fans can now sign up for PDXCON Remixed updates and find details on how to participate and create content at the PDXCON website here:

PDXCON Remixed brings the fun and excitement of Paradox’s annual PDXCON event into a digital setting, including fan-favorite features including the PDXCON Announcement Show where a new game from Paradox Development Studio will be revealed for the first time. The Paradox Community Awards, live panels with Paradox developers, and much more will be shared with fans, free of charge, entirely through online streaming platforms.

“This has obviously been a very different year for all of us, and we’ve been working on how to switch up the PDXCON experience to meet the challenges that have come with it,” said Paula Thelin, Events Manager at Paradox Interactive. “The answer is PDXCON Remixed – an event that takes the spirit and core features of PDXCON and turns them into an all-new event that’s both familiar and welcoming, but with new surprises and innovations in store. We all hope you’ll join us for this special event in May, and we’re still looking forward to the next time we can see you all in person!”

Jim Smale

Gaming since the Atari 2600, I enjoy the weirdness in games counting Densha De Go and RC De Go as my favourite titles of all time. I prefer gaming of old where buying games from a shop was a thing, Being social in person was a thing. Join me as I attempt to adapt to this new digital age!

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