Survive. Build. Dominate.
Based on the novels of Robert E. Howard and thanks to the strenuous efforts of Funcom, Conan the Barbarian will return again, after fans haven’t seen or heard anything of the vengeful warrior since the 2011 motion picture starring Jason Momoa.
Developed as an open-world survival game, Conan Exiles is pieced together between the events of Xuthal of the Dusk and A Witch Shall Be Born, revealing an intrepid character in his late 20s, struggling to find his way through the Hyborian Age. Unfolding a taxing and savage environment, the action-packed game will be available this summer via Steam Early Access.
Exiled on a wicked wasteland, players must face barbaric circumstances, whether solitary or by the aid of a cannibalistic crowd. Much like any survival-themed game, the developers behind Conan Exiles have settled matters as thus to have engaged players craft their own weapons, scavenge and loot for goods, hunt game, grow and cultivate crops and nevertheless contrive adequate shelters to hide from foes.
‘There is no better setting for an open-world survival game than the world of Conan,’ said Joel Bylos, creative director at Funcom. ‘Hyboria is a harsh and unforgiving land where only the strongest can survive while the weak are swiftly cut down. Whether it is hunting animals for food, fighting monsters and other players, or building entire settlements, we want to make sure players feel like they are really fighting to survive and prosper in the most brutal fantasy world ever.’