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Where to watch Unity's GDC 2017 keynote livestream

Engine and services firm expected to discuss new support for virtual and augmented reality, plus new game reveals

Unity will be hosting its annual GDC keynote tomorrow morning, and will be livestreaming the entire presentation for those unable to make it to San Francisco.

Head to the company's GDC landing page to watch the stream for yourselves. It will kick off at 8.30am PST / 4.30pm UK time on Tuesday, February 28th.

Naturally, the firm's announcements have been kept closely under wraps but Unity promises it will be "talking about what's coming for the business of games and digital entertainment including developments in VR, AR and MR". CEO John Riccitiello will be introducing the presentation, as well as sharing the stage with Unity partners and developers that will be "showing off new demos and some sneak peeks at new and unannounced games".

Last year, the engine provider announced its virtual reality editor, launched a certification programme for developers, and demonstrated new global illumination tools. Click here to watch the livestream.

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