Conan Exiles Summary
After a slight case of 'human error' made what remains of the Conan Exiles playerbase feel somewhat ignored, Funcom hasn't managed to rectify the situation with sudden surprises halting their patch rollout date three times in a row.
Releasing back in January of this year, Conan Exiles saw a playerbase rise far more quickly than they ever anticipated. It was enough to essentially save the studio from shutting down, but that doesn't mean its at the level of quality Funcom are comfortable calling a 'finished product'. They're delaying its official release.
For how much we've chimed on about Conan Exiles, we didn't quite expect to carry it onto into release, but given the game's Early Access state, it's going to be getting a lot of patches.
Though it was only recently announced, the Frozen North expansion to FunCom's breakout survival hit Conan Exiles isn't just an add-on for those who've exhausted the Exiled Lands. It'll welcome sweeping changes across the board when it launches next week.
Launching earlier this year, Funcom's survival title Conan Exiles basked in launch window sales figures as social networks exploded over its lewd sliders, hilarious bugs and hardcore gameplay. Since then, it's trickled off a little due to the next big survival game, but the developers are committed to keeping it alive.