Google Confirms Next Week’s GDC 2019 Keynote Will be Streamed Live

Google Confirms Next Week’s GDC 2019 Keynote Will be Streamed Live

Be prepared to see what Google has in store for gaming next week on March 19.

GDC 2019 is set to take place next week and likely the biggest planned event of the show is that of Google’s keynote address which will finally reveal what the company has been working on in the realm of video games. While this event was originally announced last month, Google finally confirmed an important piece of information today for those that won’t be able to make it out to San Francisco.

It was announced this afternoon that next week’s keynote address from GDC will indeed be live streamed for those at home to watch. Google confirmed this news alongside the release of a new teaser trailer for the event which ends with the phrase, “Gather around.” Google also tweeted out that this keynote will show off their “vision for the future of gaming.”

As for what was shown in the trailer itself, there wasn’t much to see other than a few different locales. The trailer highlights a few different environments such as a tunnel into a stadium, the backstage of a concert area, a racecar garage, a futuristic sci-fi location and what seems to be a medieval castle among others. Whether this is indicative of some of the games that Google may be releasing on a potential new console or streaming service of sorts though remains to be seen.

You can check out the teaser trailer in question attached below. Google’s GDC keynote is set to take place next Tuesday, March 19, at 10:00am PST/1:00pm EST. Of course, if you can’t watch for yourself, we’ll have all of the breaking news here for you on DualShockers as the event transpires.