Conan Exiles is one of the more interesting survival games to come on the market in recent years. Combining the brutality of the Conan universe with the base building seen in the genre really jived with fans. But – how would exiles thrive if they were forced into a tiny home?
The Conan Exiles site has been updated with a brief, and undoubtedly welcome, post for players. From now through sometime in August, the decay timer has been increased to 14-days so that players heading off on vacation don’t have to worry about their structures going to ruin or, even worse, becoming “abandoned”.
The latest Conan Exiles update has been deployed for PC (the console update will come later in the week) that brings a new high-level dungeon for players to explore. Warmaker’s Sanctuary is filled with a number of unique weapons and recipes, though players will have to battle through packs of dangerous enemies to find them. The update also brings a number of revamped and overhauled systems to the game including the population rework that can be seen in faction capitals and caves.
The latest patch has arrived on the Conan Exiles testlive server to allow players to check out some of the upcoming content. Most notably, The Warmaker’s Sanctuary dungeon is part of the update as well as a population revamp in faction capitals and caves. Players will also find new loot, an update to the temperature system, agility and survival attribute changes, weapon balance tweaks, bug fixes and QoL improvements.
Funcom will be running a Steam Free Weekend for Conan Exiles that will also feature the launch of the next DLC for the game. The Riddle of Steel DLC will pay tribute to the 1982 movie debut of “Conan the Barbarian” starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. The Riddle of Steel update is $6.99 and includes “several unique statues and figurines of Arnold Schwarzenegger as Conan” as well as helmets that hearken back to the movie, commemorative warpaint and other decorative items.
Funcom has announced that the Treasures of Turan DLC has been released for Conan Exiles. It contains themed items including 15 armor pieces, 39 building pieces, 5 warpaints, 9 weapons, 18 placeables and 2 new pet skins. In addition to the DLC, Funcom also announced that a new Year 2 Season Pass is now available for $29.99. The Year 2 Season Pass includes the Treasures of Turan DLC and will include three more DLC coming throughout the balance of 2019.
The Conan Exiles forum has a new post with a mysterious underwater screenshot that seems to foreshadow upcoming content that will include deep dives into the briny deep. According to the post, the new content will be heading to TestLive “sooner than you might expect”. It will include new mechanics and content that devs are hoping to get player feedback on prior to releasing it to live servers.
From today through March 10th, anyone can try Conan Exiles for PC via Steam thanks to the arrival of a free play weekend. To celebrate, Funcom has released a 2019 trailer for Conan Exiles and is offering a sweet 50% Steam discount should gamers wish to purchase it. The game has gone through a bevy of updates and changes since first launching into early access in 2017.
The Conan Exiles site has been updated with the news that the latest update has been deployed into the game. It brings a huge number of bug fixes, feature enhancements and quality of life improvements. In addition, a balance pass has been applied to the game’s NPCs and for the crafting system and a new VOIP system has been brought on board. Players will also find a new world boss, additions to the Purge System and much more.