Awesome Games Done Quick (), an annual week-long celebration, is close to us. Between January 9-16, you’ll be able to watch expert player after player through their favorite titles show off their skills, and hopefully break some world records.
For the second year in a row, the AGDQ will be held as a virtual event due to safety concerns from COVID-19. Unfortunately, runners won’t have a boisterous personal crowd to cheer them on. However, you can watch the entire event live on Twitch, via the channel (or embed below), starting at noon EST on Sunday. If you can’t watch the event while it’s happening, you’ll be able to follow it later on YouTube.
It’s packed with some great tracks. On Wednesday, two GeoGuessr players will shoot for a perfect score by finding the exact locations of random Google Street View images. Next Saturday, a runner named Michris will try to win A usually tough game from FromSoftware, ASAP – and you’ll be blindfolded. Recent games that debuted at AGDQ include Gate of Death, Qena: The Bridge of Souls And And .
Games Done Quick has raised millions for noble causes over the past decade. AGDQ is one of the two main events organized by the group every year, usually held in June or July.
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