Summer Games Done Quick returns as an in-person event starting tonight, the first since Awesome Games Done Quick 2020.
The event, which is taking place in Bloomington, Minnesota, will benefit Doctors Without Borders. Games Done Quick is the world’s biggest fundraiser for the charity, having raised tens of millions of pounds for the organisation.
Games included in the program include Elden Ring, Control, and Pokémon Brilliant Diamond/Shining Pearl.
You can find the full show schedule on the SGDQ 2022 website, which runs until July 3. The majority of the show will air on the GDQ Twitch channel.
The show will feature traditional speedruns, however, another regular feature of Games Done Quick events is fun races, such as The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time Randomizer – Co-Op 5 Dungeonsanity which will see players Spikevegeta and Nukkuler attempt to race through the game in less than two and a half hours as the game throws them a random selection of extremely difficult dungeons.
Tunic, a Zelda-inspired adventure, makes its GamesDoneQuick debut, with Sunnymuffin attempting to beat the game by any percentage in under 40 minutes.
One of the show’s longest runs will be Froobs’ attempt to complete the colossal Yakuza: Like a Dragon in just under 4 hours and 30 minutes.
The game typically takes 45 hours just for the main story, so fans will likely be interested to see what glitches are used to avoid 90% of the game.
Portal Reloaded is a 2021 free fan mod for Portal 2 created by German developer Jannis Brinkmann. As in the official Portal games, the gameplay consists of solving puzzles by manipulating portals that allow the player to move through space.
Will SGDQ be in person?
After two years of online events, Summer Games Done Quick 2022 will return to Bloomington, MN with a live crowd.
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Will SGDQ 2022 be in-person?
This year’s event is the first in-person SGDQ since 2019. Donations will support Doctors Without Borders. This year’s Games Done Quick winter event, Awesome Games Done Quick, raised $3.4 million for the Prevent Cancer Foundation, a new record for funds raised in a single GDQ.
Where does Games Done Quick take place?
|June 23–30, 2019||DoubleTree Hilton, Bloomington, Minnesota||$3,039,596|
|From August 16 to 23, 2020||No in person location||$2,345,786|
|July 4 to 11, 2021||$2,938,715|
|From June 26 to July 3, 2022||DoubleTree Hilton, Bloomington, Minnesota||To be determined|
Will SGDQ 2022 be in-person?
This year’s event is the first in-person SGDQ since 2019. Donations will support Doctors Without Borders. This may interest you : The besieged Netflix has reportedly cut its workforce once again. This year’s Games Done Quick winter event, Awesome Games Done Quick, raised $3.4 million for the Prevent Cancer Foundation, a new record for funds raised in a single GDQ.
Are you paid for Gdq? You receive a guaranteed badge that allows you access to the event without paying a registration fee.
What happened to Games Done Quick?
No Games Done Quick Express events took place in 2020 or 2021 due to the cancellation of TwitchCon in those years. On the same subject : Ben Sumner Shows His Advice To Promote Video Games And Music. Frame Fatales is a week-long marathon with only female, non-binary runners.
How do I attend GDQ?
Participation in the Games Done Quick event is open to the general public…so how do I register?
- Create a quick Games Done account (if you haven’t already).
- Enter your date of birth when prompted.
- Go to your profile and create your user profile.
- Return to your profile and complete the event registration form.