Conan Exiles Now Available, Over 1 Million Sold

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Funcom’s open world survival game Conan Exiles has left Early Access and has launched in full for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

Throughout its Early Access phase, Conan Exiles has seen massive improvements, changes, and additions. Not only has the size of the game world more than doubled, dozens of new mechanics and features have also been added. The launch version introduces the new Volcano and Swamp biomes, and finally introduces the up-to-date version of the new Purge gameplay where monsters will attack and try to bring down your base.

You can view the launch trailer here:

Conan Exiles – Leaving Early Access / Launch Trailer

In addition, as of today, Conan Exiles has sold over one million copies before launch, based on Early Access / Game Preview sales and retail and digital pre-orders.

According to Funcom CEO Rui Casais:

“Conan Exiles is already one of the most successful titles in Funcom’s 25-year history. This has been a great experience for us. When I look at the incredible journey the game has gone through in just 15 months of Early Access as well as the very positive development in player reviews over the past few months, I feel confident that we’ve been successful in what we set out to do. I’m very proud of the amazing work everyone on the team has done.”

Source: Press Release
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