Publisher and developer Funcom today announced that Conan Exlies: Isle of Siptah now has a release date. The expansion has been available in early access since September of last year and went through a series of significant changes after a mixed initial reception.
NPC camps belonging to the different factions were added to various regions of the Isle of Siptah, the links between vaults, storm, and its surge mechanic were removed, and spider-god Zath was introduced as the leader of a new religion.
The deity gives players the power to "rain throngs of spiders down on your enemies, and lay cities to waste with venomous projectiles" in the expansion and has also made its way to the base game.
Speaking of the base game, Funcom has also announced that it will be making its way to both the console and PC version of the Xbox Game Pass "soon." The exact date wasn't shared yet but should be announced "shortly."
The full version of Conan Exiles: Isle of Siptah has locked down its release date to May 27, when it's set to arrive on PC, Xbox, and PlayStation. Here's what we thought of its Early Access version when it launched back in September.
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