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GDC 2021 Talks Are Now on GDC Vault

Whether looking for a refresher or eager to see what you missed, the entire collection of talks, tutorials, and more from GDC 2021 are now available to watch on the GDC Vault

Game Developers Conference has released the slate of over 550 discussions from this year's event—which was held virtually on Swapcard, the official platform of GDC 2021. Experts dove into a variety of game development topics, including design, business and marketing, visual arts and game narrative, classic game postmortems led by their developers, opportunities for game career development, and much more. GDC Vault has the entire collection available to paid subscribers. For those seeking options, some of the videos are free to watch on the site and they're uploaded regularly to GDC's YouTube channel.

The unique challenges presented by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic brought about some changes to this year's event—including going virtual for the second year in a row—but the response from the game developer community was overwhelmingly positive. Game Developers Conference is looking forward to returning to San Francisco with an in-person and online event March 21, 2022 to March 25, 2022. 

If you're looking for more expert talks on game design and development that you can watch at your leisure, consider becoming a GDC Vault subscriber in order to gain full access to the Vault's archives of video, audio, and slides from nearly two decades-worth of GDC events. 

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