Conan Exiles Release Expected Soon for Xbox One, Xbox One Users Won’t have to Wait Long

By   /   Mar 18, 2017
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Conan Exiles release is expected in the third quarter of this year, the game is already available on Steam Early Access but the Xbox One players don’t have to wait long for it.

The second biome will also be available on the release that will expand the current desert into highland and mountains. Who said patience can’t be rewarded!

Conan Exiles game director Joel Bylos, gave an update on the game’s release for the Xbox One version. Bylos mentioned that the game is already running internally, it looks good but the controls need a little work.

After this he explained that one thing he likes about The Legend of Zelda: Breath of Wild on his Nintendo Switch is how the hotbar selection is handled. We can expect that some of his inspiration will come from it.

When asked whether a Nintendo Switch version of the game is being developed, since the game is also expected to release on PS4 early next year, Bylos said that the developer has not talked with Nintendo and currently there are no plans for making a Nintendo Switch version.

The full version of Conan Exiles will give us more content and features, the pricing will be decided later for the final version but it may be different from the Early Access prices.

Players who are unfamiliar with Conan Exiles, it is an open world survival game in the brutal lands of Conan the Barbarian, where your battles take place against dangerous monsters and cruel environment.

Conan Exiles is developed by Funcom and is currently available in 11 localized languages.

As stated, Conan Exiles release allowed members of Steam Early Access to play it before others, Although the game is not complete and may or may not change further.

If you are not excited to play an unfinished version then perhaps you should wait for it to finish. Player who wish to give feedback and help the developer in making it better must give this early version a shot.

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