Conan Exiles, the open-world single-player and multiplayer survival game from Funcom, is currently available to play on Steam Early Access, and is set to release to the Xbox One Preview Program during the third quarter of 2017, between July and September of this year.
Conan Exiles was originally slated for a Spring 2017 release for Xbox One, but Express.co.uk says new financial reports from the company have revealed a delay for the release.
The PS4 version is only coming in the first quarter of 2018, when a full release has been planned for all gaming platforms.
Unfortunately, Nintendo Switch users won’t be seeing it at those timelines. For now, the game’s developer has ruled out a release for the newly launched hybrid gaming system from the Japanese gaming veteran. There’s been no update on when that might happen, if at all.
As it stands, Early Access will see 4 to 6 game updates for Conan Exiles, up to three updates in H1 2017 and possibly up to three more in H2 2017. Funcom’s timeline shows a major game update in the first quarter of 2018, which could be the full release patch.
Some of the updates in Early Access include the trebuchet, a siege weapon, a dyeing system for clothes and armor, animation for thralls, improved AI for creatures and NPCs (non-player characters), more types of thralls and creatures, more story elements, and more placeables like traps and so on.
The Early Access price for Conan Exiles Standard Edition is €29.99 (approx $32), and for the Barbarian Edition it’s €59.99 (approx. $64) and you can upgrade from the Standard to the Barbarian Edition by paying the difference.
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