Funcom has released a brand new video for its upcoming open-world survival game ‘Conan Exiles’, showing what it takes to survive in Conan the Barbarian’s ‘brutal world’. Conan Exiles will launch into Early Access on the PC on 31st January 2017, with Xbox One Game Preview releasing in Spring 2017. “Here players must strive to survive in one of them most brutal and savage worlds ever created; where scouring sandstorms threaten to peel the skin off your face and raging enemies clash against your city walls to conquer your kingdom.” Check out the video below.
“If there ever was a world that would truly test your ability to survive, it’s the world of Conan,” says Creative Director Joel Bylos. “His world is vast, beautiful, and full of opportunity, but it’s also a world that will stop at nothing to slit your throat and see you bleed out at the feet of your enemies. Survival in ‘Conan Exiles’ is more than staying fed and hydrated; here you must defend against sandstorms, bloodthirsty cannibals, and players sending towering god avatars to crush your settlements.”
About Conan Exiles
‘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 and uncover its dark history and buried secrets as you seek to conquer and dominate the exiled lands yourself. Start with nothing but your bare hands and forge the legacy of your clan, from simple tools and weapons to gigantic fortresses and entire cities. Enslave the bandits of the exiled lands to do your bidding by breaking them on the grueling Wheel of Pain. Sacrifice the beating hearts of your enemies on the blood-soiled altars of your deity to seize true power and glory. Summon the colossal avatar of your god and see them lay waste to your enemies and their homes.