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Preview biggest range of unreleased games at DIGITAL NATIONZ

Preview biggest range of unreleased games at DIGITAL NATIONZ

Assassin’s Creed Unity/Rogue and Far Cry 4 at DIGITAL NATIONZ 2014!

This year’s Digital Nationz (DNZ) has New Zealand’s biggest gaming line up ever! The 27-28 September event at Auckland’s Vector Arena features a huge selection of unreleased games available to preview and play along with a LAN championship, world class speakers and pre-release technology products, showcasing an amazing breadth of content.

Gaming titles this year include Assassin’s Creed Unity, Assassin’s Creed Rogue, Far Cry 4, Alien Isolation, Fifa 15 and The Crew with more to be announced in the next few weeks making it the biggest range of unreleased games in New Zealand so far. DNZ will be the first place in New Zealand to experience these killer titles.

DNZ is premiering its first LAN event, incorporating the Big Pipe LAN Party and the Logitech G Power Pro Championships. Up to 500 players are able to compete in the championship for more than $30,000 worth of prizes. Nine games will be included in the Championship LAN, including favourites League of Legends and DOTA 2. Championship LAN tickets are available for $89 and $69 for the Big Pipe LAN Party.

This year DNZ also invites more than 10 speakers from around the world to share their knowledge with show-goers. The first selection of speakers confirmed for the LG DIGITALKZ speaker sessions are: David ‘DJ’ Johnson, Lead VFX artist at Infinity Ward, Jason Sussman, Environmental Artist at Bungie Studios, Fletcher Dunn from Valve, Josie Nutter, Software Engineer & UX Specialist at Technical Illusions, Dr Michelle Dickinson from the University of Auckland and Dmitry Selitsky from Thought Wired. The LG DIGITALKZ sessions will cover everything from game development to controlling apps and smart devices with mind control.

Technological advancements being achieved on a weekly basis and one of the most important areas of development and growth is electric vehicles which will feature at DNZ with its first electrical vehicle showcase. Three electric cars will be on show: the Tesla Roadster, Nissan Leaf, Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV as well as a working drivetrain system to show the inner operations/workings of an electric vehicle.

“This year we are packing the show with content! DNZ will have a massive line-up of playable unreleased games, an array of impressive international speakers as well as new exciting technology and our first ever LAN competition. And this is just our first announcement, we have plenty more to come!” says Peter Hall, DNZ Event Manager.

Tickets are now on sale with prices starting from $19 for an adult general admission one day pass and $14 for a concession pass for under 15 year olds, students and over 65 year olds. A booking fee applies and pre-event tickets are available online from www.ticketmaster.co.nz, or at the door during the event weekend.

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Tickets on sale now, available from Ticketmaster

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