Funcom Announces Barbarian Edition for Conan Exiles; Releases New Cinematic Trailer

on January 25, 2017 8:21 AM

With less than a week to go before launch on PC, Funcom has announced a new Conan Exiles special edition titled the Barbarian Edition, as well as released a new cinematic trailer.

Conan Exiles – Barbarian Edition is pitched as “the ultimate introduction to the world of Conan the Barbarian.” It includes the following:

  • Custom Conan Exiles digital comic book
  • Exclusive Conan Exiles t-shirt
  • Six digital Conan the Avenger comic books from Dark Horse Comics
    368 page, full-color, digital Conan Pen & Paper RPG Core Book from the hugely successful Kickstarter by Modiphius
  • “The Coming of Conan” eBook, 496 pages with illustrations and original Conan stories
  • The award-winning soundtracks from Age of Conan and Rise of the Godslayer, plus the brand new Conan Exiles soundtracks
  • In-game items for the Age of Conan MMO including a Savage Rhino mount
  • “The Art of Conan Exiles” digital artbook
  • And more

The Barbarian Edition will cost $59.99 USD (the standard edition costs $29.99 USD). You can see the special edition via the image below (courtesy of Twitter User Pablito):

Conan Exiles

As for the new cinematic trailer, Fucom says it sets the tone for the savage and barbaric open world thats players will have to survive, build, and try to dominate in. Further, it emphasizes that you’re an exile, outcast, and downtrodden, sentenced to walk in a barbaric wasteland, where you will have to carve out a home, or die.

Conan Exiles is set to launch on PC via Steam Early Access on January 31st. It is then slated to release on Xbox One via Xbox One Preview sometime in the spring. As for when the the game fully launches —  there is no date for this — it will come to the above mentioned platforms, and to PS4.

Below, you can check out the new cinematic trailer:

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