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  • Summary: You are an exile, outcast and downtrodden, sentenced to walk in a barbaric wasteland where the weak are crushed and only the strong can live. Here you must fight to survive, build, and dominate the world alone on your own server, or with enemies and allies in online multiplayer.

    You are an exile, outcast and downtrodden, sentenced to walk in a barbaric wasteland where the weak are crushed and only the strong can live. Here you must fight to survive, build, and dominate the world alone on your own server, or with enemies and allies in online multiplayer.

    Journey through a vast, seamless world filled with the ruins of ancient civilizations and uncover its dark history and buried secrets as you seek to conquer and dominate the exiled lands yourself. Start with nothing but your bare hands and forge the legacy of your clan, from simple tools and weapons to gigantic fortresses and entire cities. Enslave the bandits of the exiled lands to do your bidding by breaking them on the grueling Wheel of Pain. Sacrifice the beating hearts of your enemies on the blood-soiled altars of your god to seize true power and glory. Summon the colossal avatar of your god and see them lay waste to your enemies and their homes.

    Just remember: in this brutal land of vengeful gods, bloodthirsty cannibals, and vicious monsters, survival is more than tracking down food and water. Explore mysterious ruins in search of treasure and knowledge, but beware the risk of your mind being corrupted by the dark forces of the world. Traverse vast sand dunes and seek shelter from scouring sandstorms sweeping across the burning sands. March into war against your enemies and unleash your savage fury in brutal combat. Go in unprepared and it will be your head rolling and limbs flying.

    Conan Exiles is not an empty sandbox. It is a world rich in history where you must discover the knowledge and secrets of ancient civilizations as you struggle to build your own.

    In the world of Conan the Barbarian, survival is more than being well-fed and hydrated. Here you must weather scouring sandstorms, save your mind from being corrupted and going insane, and fight vicious monsters from the darkest holes of the earth.

    Journey through a huge, seamless world filled with danger and opportunity, exploring everything from sand dunes to towering ruins. Harvest resources to craft tools and weapons, then build everything from a small settlement to entire cities.

    Explore shadow-haunted ruins of ancient civilizations and discover great treasures and knowledge. Learn about the people who inhabited this world before and what led to their demise through inscriptions, wandering NPCs, and the environment itself.

    Cut out the hearts of your enemies and sacrifice it upon the altars of your god to earn their blessing. Summon and take direct control of huge, towering avatars and wreak havoc on your enemies as you crush their homes and drive them from their lands.

    Enslave the criminals of the exiled lands and force them to join your cause and defend your territory. Put them through the grueling Wheel of Pain to break their will, then turn them into archers, crafters, entertainers, and more. Find rare thralls for the greatest rewards!

    March forth to war against your enemies, use explosives and see their fortifications crumble to dust, then unleash your savage fury with brutal attacks that will see heads rolling and limbs flying. Find or craft a wide range of weapons and armor.

    Play alone locally or fight for survival and dominance in persistent multiplayer on public servers. You can also host your own server and invite others to join you in a world where you have full control of the rules and settings. Want to play with just handful of friends? Try co-op mode!

    When playing alone locally or on a server you are the administrator of you have access to a range of in-game tools. These allow you to change progression speed, spawn monsters, turn yourself invisible, deactivate avatars, and much more. Be the dungeon master of your own server!

    Download Conan Exiles mods directly from the Steam workshop to customize your game experience. You can also download the custom Conan Exiles Unreal Editor and start creating your own!
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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 5 out of 9
  2. Negative: 1 out of 9
  1. May 22, 2018
    Conan Exiles is a truly addictive and enjoyable open-world survival game that has me hook, line and sinker!
  2. Jun 19, 2018
    Yes, the crafting does get overcomplicated, the first few hours are a real slog and there are some visual stutters, however, if you loved ARK: Survival Evolved and other games of this ilk, then this is a must buy title for you to experience.
  3. Jun 25, 2018
    We are facing a very hard and demanding MMORPG with a huge world full of possibilities. It can be overwhelming for beginners in the genre, but it offers hundreds of hours of fun.
  4. May 28, 2018
    This is a game with a huge map and with almost infinite content. Funcom has brought Conan the Barbarian’s world to a very complete game and improving what we saw in the early access, even though it has some flaws to be fixed.
  5. May 30, 2018
    Conan Exiles is loaded with possibilities and danger. But the poor online performance and a long list of glitches are currently killing the game, which begs for fixes.
  6. May 29, 2018
    Conan Exiles is a game that is rewarding to survive in, considering you start off with nothing at all. Going from an exiled criminal to the owner of a large riverfront property is a great feeling. Learning the ins and outs of how to thrive in the Exiled Lands is enjoyable, especially when doing so with other players. These positives tend to be forgotten though, and can be completely eclipsed by the game’s main pitfalls. The frame rate is unacceptable at times, which then affects the already subpar combat.
  7. May 24, 2018
    Ultimately, Conan Exiles is one of the most unsatisfying games I’ve ever played. Its crafting and resource systems may be dense enough that the ultra-patient could find something to enjoy here, but anyone else would likely walk away with their hands thrown up in defeat. The mind-numbing tedium of harvesting resources, woefully boring combat, and a slew of bugs left me feeling completely underwhelmed and unimpressed when it was all said and done.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 4 out of 14
  2. Negative: 7 out of 14
  1. May 11, 2018
    Best game in genre for sure! Mature, a lot to do, great building and combat. Definitely worth it.
  2. Nov 17, 2019
    Wow i like it alot survival game and make swords weapons armors i play alot Xbox one
  3. May 13, 2018
    Great survival game!

    I played this some months ago on PC, glad it finally came to PS4. Nice expansions of the game with the new areas, and
    Great survival game!

    I played this some months ago on PC, glad it finally came to PS4. Nice expansions of the game with the new areas, and after they improved the combat it is awesome. I was a bit annoyed that there was a shortage of public servers, but I joined a private one which turned out to pretty cool with some real PvP action.
  4. May 14, 2018
    The title has been updated to a full release meaning it’s no longer Early Access; you can review my (Chad's) initial thoughts at Garage BandThe title has been updated to a full release meaning it’s no longer Early Access; you can review my (Chad's) initial thoughts at Garage Band Gamers. While a number of the issues have been improved or even outright fixed, the game is still far from perfect. The visuals have been greatly improved with far more details and textures being used, although the graphics still have a great deal of bugs associated with them. Certain enemies or objects will regularly tear and pop through other environments, and items will display the incorrect texture all together - this happens quite often with the large scorpions I found a few hours into my time with the full release. While some look simply outstanding, you'll notice that upon death some will take on the textures from other creatures. This becomes more of an issue when there are more enemies on the screen, with some of the largest enemies often disappearing in the middle of a battle, or sometimes knocking the player through the ground into a never-ending fall. At their best, the creatures and enemies do appear to be on par with those featured in Skyrim, but at their worst they kind of look similar to those in Morrowind running on a barebones PC.

    As I stated earlier, there isn't much of a narrative to the game outside of some minor tasks given at the opening such as eat, drink, and essentially survive as long as possible within the game world. I chose to start a new character and just work my way north looking for something of interest. While you will occasionally come across a friendly NPC, they rarely have anything noteworthy to say or do aside from offer a minor XP bump for killing them. Some would say trying to survive is enough gameplay for them, but I prefer a bit more of a story from a game, even if it's a minimal one.

    In the pre-release, I found the survival mechanics to be a bit brutal, which is still the case when playing by default settings. Now when playing solo or in co-op, you can set up your game to suit your skill or lack thereof, which works when playing PvE, but on the PvP end of the spectrum it makes an unforgiving game even more difficult. After jumping into games to only be killed repeatedly after spawning I opted to play solo. This made the experience more enjoyable, but also took much of the challenge away. Sadly, once you've started, you cannot tweak these settings, which would have made finding a proper middle ground more attainable.

    The game world is huge and ripe for exploring, with new locals being added to your map as you come across them, giving the player the option to highlight specific areas on the map using icons or names of their choosing. Sadly, there is no quick travel or option to make the markers appear on the in-game HUD, making navigation tricky and cumbersome. Adding insult to injury, your only option for respawning at death is the starting point of the game, unless you are lucky enough to setup a bed to rest in or found a structure at some point in your journey. The game fails to tell you this in any meaningful way, which means your first death will likely be a devastating one.

    Logic says that just building stuff more frequently would help this, right? Well, this mechanic is a chore, as building is far from intuitive. You'll be given an idea of the size of the piece you’ll be working with similar to Fallout 4; however, nine times out of ten, you won't be able to place anything for some unexplained reason. Most of the other mechanics featured in the game are just as cumbersome, if not worse. Combat is a crapshoot if your attacks will even land, with many creatures or enemies being invincible while others die by you simply looking at them. The same can be said for crafting, as the game seems to ignore your full inventory of items needed and requires you to exit and re-enter the menu repeatedly to get the option of creating the item. Naturally, this is all done while being open to attack from lingering enemies. Since weapons and items can rarely be looted or found, crafting is a huge part of the game and will be required to keep up on your armor and weapons.

    With so many great RPGs on the market that offer a wealth of content and level of polish Conan Exiles will likely never achieve, it is hard to recommend this title. With its presentation and poor mechanics hidden behind some slick trailers, this is nothing more than a free-to-play game hiding behind a retail price point.
  5. Aug 2, 2018
    Il y a je crois plus d'un an, j'avais essayé une démo de ce Conan et j'en étais ressorti assez intrigué : le concept et les principesIl y a je crois plus d'un an, j'avais essayé une démo de ce Conan et j'en étais ressorti assez intrigué : le concept et les principes semblaient intéressants voire prometteurs mais à 35 balles, ça me semblait risqué d'autant que le jeu était encore en "game preview", c'est-à-dire clairement pas fini...

    Puis fin 2017, une promotion à -50% m'a décidé et Funcom venait d'annoncer que la version finale sortait en juin 2018. Alors j'ai téléchargé le machin, l'ai rangé dans un coin du disque dur et patienté sagement 6 mois, car il n'est certainement pas dans mes habitudes de jouer à des jeux pas finis...

    Assez curieusement, les patches ont été très rares durant ces derniers 6 mois de la game preview, puis le jour dit, le jeu a grossi, passant de 30 à 47 Go... Du classique en fin de compte pour un jeu qui passe en version défiinitive, terminée. Et là, depuis juin, les patches déboulent assez régulièrement entre 7 et 9 Go à chaque fois : une paille... mais soit !

    Je lis régulièrement dans le fil d'actu que le jeu a de graves problèmes de stabilité et de connexion, car il est avant tout axé sur le multi. Personnellement, je n'y ai joué qu'en solo -non connecté- et dans ces conditions -à part peut-être un plantage- le jeu est d'une stabilité exemplaire.

    En tant que jeu de survie et d'artisanat -un peu comme Ark ou No Man's Sky- Conan possède les mêmes défauts inhérents à ce nouveau genre : il faut farmer les ressources comme un crevard et tout fabriquer de A à Z, y compris sa maison et tutti quanti... Amusant au début, ça devient évidemment vite répétitif. Et presque pénible, car l'interface est très perfectible... bien que nettement supérieure à celle d'Ark, soit dit en passant !

    Le monde est vaste et joli mais assez vide, le combat est dans l'ensemble assez... foireux. En 1440p sur la X, Conan utilise l'Unreal 4 pas trop mal mais le jeu est victime d'à-coups de temps à autre malgré le vide qui y règne. A part boire, manger, farmer et fabriquer des trucs, buter quelques sauvages et bestioles, le jeu ne propose rien si ce n'est de l'exploration basique : pas de quêtes, ni de scénario, ni d'objectifs... rien.

    L'intérêt cela dit est la nudité totale, ce qui explique l'engouement sur moult serveurs où tout le monde se met sur la gueule à poil ! fille ou garçon, pas de jaloux, vous avez le choix. Il ne manquerait plus que quelques mods pornos, ma foi. Mais ça n'arrivera pas sur Xbox, on s'en doute bien.

    Puis début août, un DLC cosmétique sort (des armures et des conneries...), un DLC payant et donc un patch déboule comme souvent pour "préparer" l'arrivée du DLC. Aucun autre correctif dans ce patch, juste un patch préparatoir... et là boum, c'est 49 Go dans ta face ! le développeur explique qu'avec leur système de textures, il faut recompiler à la moindre modification et que c'est à cause de la certification Microsoft et blablabla... prends-nous pour des cons, on te dira rien !

    Je trouvais déjà le jeu très médiocre et j'ai une connexion très rapide mais c'est pas une raison pour gâcher autant de bande passante !... alors je l'ai zappé directum le Conan, je l'ai exilé dans les oubliettes de la désinstallation : le donjon des indés foirés dont il n'est pas près de ressortir.

    Quel dommage, car il y avait du potentiel... mais avec des branques pareils, ça ne donnera jamais rien.
  6. Jan 7, 2020
    Game is good! But why we need use this stupid radial menu if PC version owners have standard hotbar like in ARK or Atlas?
  7. Oct 1, 2018
    The game is buggy and the costummer service of Funcom is simply a disaster.

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