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Conan Exiles' Aquilonian DLC Leaked; Khitai DLC Gets a Launch Trailer

Conan Exiles' DLC stream has started with a style inspired by Khitai, while soon players will be able to enjoy a just-leaked Aquilonian package.

June 23, 2018

Funcom appears to have found a pretty convenient DLC model for its survival game Conan Exiles. 

They just released the “Imperial East Pack,” which brings weapons, armor, decorations, and building blocks from the lands of Khitai, and to accompany the launch we got a trailer.

On top of that, the next DLC has been leaked. The latest hotfix on Xbox One made it visible in the perks menu, and we’re getting a pack featuring gear and building styles from Aquilonia, the nation that will become King Conan’s later in the saga.

The current DLC costs $9.99 or €9.99 depending on where you live, so it’s pretty safe to expect that the next will be priced the same.

While the DLCs are mostly cosmetic, they do come with a very nice feature: if you don’t care to pay for them, you can simply ask someone else on your server to make the items you need for you, as they’re fully tradable.

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Below you can check out the new trailer, and a batch of screenshots of the leaked DLC, courtesy of Reddit user Satsuki_Hime.

Conan Exiles is currently available for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

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