PAX Aus 2022 Merch Launches Into Orbit

Out-of-this-world PAX Merch is coming to a Galaxy near you.


It’s T-minus 3 months until PAX Aus 2022, and mission control says it’s time to find the perfect fit for the return of the first in-person PAX event since 2019.


With excitement for the show even harder to escape than a black hole, for the first time PAX Fans will have the chance to snag their swag before PAX Aus which takes place on October 7-9th at Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. I'll be attending for the very first time and hope to be sporting some of this sweet PAX gear!

No need to travel to space to have your breath taken away, just scroll down to see this year's merch lineup, including cropped tees, tees, hoodies, water bottles and more.

You’ll want to get in quick! There are limited shiny items which are sure to impress your friends at your next IRL meet-up. (Which will most likely be PAX Aus, obviously!)


Head over to store.paxsite.com and start shopping on June 24th at 9am AEST.

So what's included in the PAX Aus 2022 merch? See the image below for details on the range:


Everyone loves free stuff too, right? A few deals and freebies will also be available depending on how much you spend:


● Spend US$55 or more to get a Show Patch ● Spend US$85 or more to get a PAX Space Program Pin ● Spend US$120 to get a Merch X Pin


You’re still reading?! Head over to the PAX Aus merch store! Share it in discord! And remember, it is dangerous to go alone, so recruit your Crewmates! Badges for PAX Aus are still available here if you want to meet the Qualbert crew in person: https://aus.paxsite.com/


Please note, any suspicious behaviour may result in ejection so equip your spacesuit! Be sure to check back in on Qualbert.com and GameNewsAus.com.au later this year and tune in via Facebook and Instagram for our coverage of PAX Aus 2022.

 

Authored by:

Ben 'Qualbert' Schuster

Ben is a game reviewer and collector with a passion for the Australian games industry. His favourite game is Ōkami and he spends most of his time playing JRPGs and indie games. You can read more of his reviews and retrospective articles at qualbert.com