Meticulously planning ahead, FunCom have announced plans to livestream more gameplay of Conan Exiles this Friday.
In a short message posted on the game's Steam page yesterday, the title's community manager announced that Friday January 6 at 7pm CET (1pm EST/10am PST) would be the time the team would take an hour out of their day to delve a little deeper into the game's building system.
Penned as a survival simulator similar to that of Rust or ARK: Survival Evolved, Conan Exiles is another take on the popular genre taking place within the same universe as the cult classic. Fending off enemies with nothing but a stick to start with, you can eventually 'recruit' thralls to tend to your land and offer up the necessary tribute to summon a mighty titan to bombard any nearby threats - like other players.
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The livestream in question will last around an hour or so and will mainly focus on the building aspect of the game. Presumably the team will be gathering the materials as time goes on, but their plan to build a "massive structure against the side of a big cliff" might prove a little ambitious if they have to take sourcing materials into account.
Either way, they're doing something, so we get to watch something! They'll be on Twitch at the times mentioned above and will likely be answering whatever questions they can read in the fast-moving text chat.