If those daily Conan Exiles patches are just a little too slow for you, you can go one above by venturing onto one of the Testlive servers.
Just like so many online games before it, Conan Exiles now has what we'd typically call a 'Public Test Environment'. You've heard it before; League of Legends has the PBE whereas World of Warcraft has the PTR. They're the same thing, and Funcom is issuing the same for the many patches of their latest online game.
The difference here, however, is that playing a test build of the game isn't locked to online play - or even to an official server. Anyone willing to download an upcoming patch can play around with it offline in the safety of the single-player mode if they so wish. Though the full experience and feedback is likely best achieved through online play.
To do so, just opt into Beta versions of the game through your Steam client. From then on, your copy will continue to recieve versions of the game currently still in testing. It's likely you'll only be able to play your copy of the game on official and private servers running the same unfinished version as others who opt-in with the builds, but you can simply switch back to the public version by reversing the steps used to access it in the first place. Those steps are as follows:
Funcom made not that not every patch currently in the works will make it onto the 'Testlive' branch of the game, but for those that do, they're actively encouraging the playerbase to aid in the debugging process by posting their experiences into the newly created Steam subforum that's yet to go live. If you want to read the full post, head over here.