Empathy in games, open world design and user interfaces amongst the hundreds of topics covered in San Francisco this March

Swery, Sunset Overdrive and Hearthstone to share their secrets at GDC 2015

GDC, the world’s largest and longest-running professionals-only game industry event, returns for another amazing year in San Francisco.

This year, don’t miss out on over 500 sessions by industry leaders, including: Designing for Empathy with Sensory Replication in D4, Transitioning from Linear to Open World Design with Sunset Overdrive, Infinite Play, Hearthstone: How to Create an Immersive User Interface, game < design, and more.

In addition, there will be more than 300 exhibitors and sponsors on the vibrant Expo Floor, playable games at GDC Play and the IGF Pavilion, and a week of exciting GDC networking events and parties. The 17th annual Independent Games Festival and 15th annual Game Developers Choice Awards will also be held.

Register for GDC 2015 before February 26 to save up to $300 on select passes! Develop readers, register with the code GDC15DM and receive an additional 10% in savings on All Access or Main Conference Passes.*

Many of the best hotels in San Francisco are offering special rates for GDC 2015 attendees. Discounted rooms for GDC 2015 are limited and will sell out! Book your room early to secure the best rates. 

Make sure to stay connected with #GDC15 to receive the latest news and updates on our following social media channels, including: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Pinterest

*Savings calculations are based on the difference between the current savings scenario (online rate) and maximum cost scenario (onsite price).Discount code cannot be combined with other discount promotions, including group discounts, alumni rates; IGDA membership discounts, other special discount offers, or previously purchased or registered passes. All discount codes are subject to review.

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