The first-ever PC gaming show at E3 continues to grow.

Organizers this week announced ten new developers that will appear during the event in some form, including Guild Wars developer ArenaNet and Total War studio Creative Assembly.

The full list of newly confirmed developers is below.

These developers add to the previously announced batch participants, which includes Blizzard Entertainment and Square Enix, along with Gears of War designer Cliff Bleszinski and DayZ creator Dean Hall. Check out this post to see all of the previously confirmed participants.

Newly Confirmed PC Gaming Show Participants:

ArenaNet (Guild Wars)
CCP Games (Eve Online)
Creative Assembly (Total War, Alien: Isolation)
Fullbright (Gone Home)
Frictional Games (SOMA)
Frontier Developments (Elite Dangerous, Zoo Tycoon)
Nexon (Maple Story)
Pixel Titans (Strafe)
SCS Software (Euro Truck Simulator)
Splash Damage (Dirty Bomb, rumored Gears of War Remaster)

The first-ever "PC Gaming Show" will be held Tuesday, June 16 at 5 PM PDT. It's being put on by chip-maker AMD and PC Gamer magazine and will be held at the Belasco Theater in Los Angeles. For more on E3 2015, check out GameSpot's roundup of the dates and times for all the briefings.