It’s time to drink, slay, and be content in the first ever open-world survival sandbox game set in the brutal lands of Conan the Barbarian. Conan Exiles, developed and published by Funcom, entered into Steam Early Access on PC today and gamers everywhere can now test their mettle in the vast universe of the world’s greatest fantasy hero.
Here you must survive, build, and dominate as you strive to carve out a space of your own in a hostile, yet staggeringly beautiful landscape. Build anything from a humble abode to a sprawling city, then go out and conquer the lands of your enemies through savage, combat or possess the towering avatar of your god and smite them with righteous fury. Speaking about the game, Funcom CEO Rui Casais said:
“After over twenty-four years in the business and over thirty titles released, we are excited to be launching our very first Early Access game. We are incredibly proud of what the game has to offer from day one, but development on an Early Access game is an ongoing process and we look forward to be working side by side with the community making sure we introduce the content, features, and improvements that realizes the full potential of Conan Exiles. This is the start of a true adventure.”
The release comes after months of buildup from the developers, with Funcom releasing a number of different trailers in order to help tease the Steam Early Access release. The latest trailer, Domination, showed how players must engage in savage war and brutal combat to dominate the Exiled Lands. Conan Exiles is an open-world survival game set in the brutal lands of Conan the Barbarian, the world’s greatest fantasy hero. The game can be played on private and public servers, either in multiplayer or local single-player.
In the world of Conan Exiles, survival is more than tracking down food and water. Journey through a vast, seamless world filled with the ruins of ancient civilizations, uncovering its dark history and buried secrets as you seek to conquer and dominate the exiled lands. The game will hit the Xbox One Game Preview Program in Spring 2017 and will also make its way to PlayStation 4 at a later date.