Conan Exiles Early Access Price Announced; Gets 40 Minutes of Gameplay: PvP and Avatar of Yog

Funcom reveals the early access price of Conan Exiles, and showcases a lot of PvP gameplay and the monstrous avatar of Yog.

on January 20, 2017 3:23 PM

Today Funcom showcased about 40 minutes of gameplay of its upcoming open world online survival game Conan Exiles.

The video gives a good look at PvP within the game, culminating with the summoning of the avatar of Yog that is used to completely level a city.

We also get the announcement of the Early Access price of the game, that will be $29.99 when the game will be released on Steam on January 31st.

We also learn that avatars will be deactivate from server settings for players that don’t enjoy that kind of experience. When you use one to destroy a city you’ll be able to gather loot from the ruines.

The game will come with 11 languages, English, Spanish, German, French, Brazilian Portuguese, Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Russian, and Polish.

Dodging does not provide any invulnerability frames. It’s for getting out of harm’s way quickly, not to become invulnerable.

Among other things, server settings let you decide XP rate multiplayer, XP time multiplayer, XP kill multiplier, XP harvest multiplier, XP craft multiplier, day cycle speed, day time speed, night time speed, dawn/dusk time speed, catch up time, player health multiplayer, player health multiplier, player health regen speed scale, player stamina multiplier, stamina cost multiplier, player stamina regen speed scale, player active thirst multiplier, player active hunger multiplier and toggle whether character that have logged out remain in the world or not.

Everybody spawns in different places of a three kilometer area in the south of the map.

The game will also come to Xbox One preview in the spring, even if a precise date for that has not been set yet.

If you want to see more raw gameplay, you can also check out three hours of it, that were showcased in three long videos herehere, and here. Today Funcom also released a trailer and some screenshots, and you can enjoy them here.

You can enjoy today’s gameplay below, split in the following two videos.

 /  Executive News Editor
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