Conan Exiles: Isle of Siptah Coming May 27

The full release of Conan Exiles: Isle of Siptah will make its way to all platforms on May 27, 2021.

Since the Isle of Siptah expansion was originally released into PC Early Access last year, a number of improvements have been made. Not only has the landmass gotten bigger, but the scenery has also been designed to be more diverse and vivid. A new region has also been added to the title, which provides the ability for players to control and summon the spider-god Zath.

Players will also be able to come across three new factions of NPCs that have made Siptah their home. The Stygian Mercenaries of the east are looking to rebuild their colony of old, while the Black Corsairs of the western shores have established strongholds for their raiding parties. Meanwhile, the middle of the island pays host to a foreboding tower that has humans allying with the Accursed creatures of the outer dark.

For those looking to learn more, the original announcement trailer from September can be viewed below:

Conan Exiles: Isle of Siptah – Announcement Trailer

The game will come out for the PlayStation, Xbox, and PC. Note that additional details about Isle of Siptah’s upcoming launch will be unveiled during the Twitch Gaming Show today at 11am PT – you can tune in here. Xbox Game Pass subscribers on PC and Xbox can also get themselves Conan Exiles for free – more information will be revealed in the coming days.

Source: Press Release
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