PC Gaming Show at E3 Adds More Developers

Last month the PC Gaming Show was announced, a new PC-centric conference for E3 courtesy of AMD and PC Gamer. The conference already has a huge lineup with the likes of Blizzard and Devolver, but new studios have been added to the schedule.

PC Gamer announced 10 new developers that will make an appearance at the PC Gaming Show in June. They include the teams behind Guild Wars, Gone Home, Elite Dangerous, and plenty of other noteworthy titles.

Here's the full list:

  • ArenaNet
  • CCP Games
  • Creative Assembly
  • Fullbright
  • Frictional Games
  • Frontier Developments
  • Nexon
  • Pixel Titans
  • SCS Software
  • Splash Damage

The PC Gaming Show takes place on June 16 at 5pm PST. Those not in attendance will be able to watch from the comfort of their own homes, as AMD and PC Gamer plan to stream the event on Twitch.