Conan Exiles

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Conan Exiles is a survival game based on the popular cult hero, Conan the Barbarian, who plays a small but significant part in the game’s beginning. About the Game The game begins with the playable character being rescued by the eponymous hero, Conan. The character has been found guilty of a crime and crucified and left to die next to an abandoned and derelict road. Conan cuts you loose and then vanishes, having played his part in your life! The game is set in the mythical Hyborian tim...
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Conan Exiles is a survival game based on the popular cult hero, Conan the Barbarian, who plays a small but significant part in the game’s beginning.

About the Game

The game begins with the playable character being rescued by the eponymous hero, Conan. The character has been found guilty of a crime and crucified and left to die next to an abandoned and derelict road. Conan cuts you loose and then vanishes, having played his part in your life!

The game is set in the mythical Hyborian times from the book series of the same name. Players must work their way along the evolutionary arc moving from wood to stone to iron to steel tools and equipment all in a matter of mere hours.

Instead of tutorials, the player has journals which spell out a suggested learning curve, talking you through gathering materials, finding food and water – your health metre is fairly fragile during the first few levels after your rescue and must be watched carefully until you have enough possessions that it maintains itself, more or less.

There is a truly impressive crafting skill tree to work through too, and the rare materials needed for the more exotic, high end items are sure to have you donning your armour and grabbing your sword (or weapon of choice) and heading off to distant and unexplored bits of the map in search of them.

Some of the items need an awful lot of work to produce: suits of armour, for instance, require a lot of material and three different crafting stations before you are even close to thinking about suiting up. But they are worth it: the sense of pride when you put on your armour and survive encounters with ease that would have killed you: victory!

A later upgrade introduced pets to the game, so you never need to be alone again. Raise your pet from a cub or egg, keeping it safe and fed and it will grow into a faithful and loyal companion, regularly producing poop that you can use as fertiliser.

Desert, Tundra or Mountains?

There are three types of terrain, called biomes in which your character can explore, hunt, build and survive. They are as follows:

  • Desert: the original Exiled Lands to which the player has been banished, with every possibility of sudden unpleasant death around every dune.

  • Tundra: The Frozen North offers new building materials and is a source of Star Metal, a rare substance that makes strong armour and better weapons. It also offers terrible weather and lethal storms, so make sure you’re prepared for bad weather!

  • The Highlands: a pleasant green and hilly region that tends to be well-populated, both with people (who may be hostile) and creatures (who will almost certainly be hostile!).

  • Volcano: Surprisingly well populated for a place of lethal heat, the volcano is home to creatures such as Living Magma and various Serpentmen, as well as hosting a plethora of treasure-containing ruins and fallen temples. Survive by using heat-resistant armour and taking along plenty of ice and water to keep your cool.

  • Ways to Play

  • Single player: make your way in the world: building, hunting and defending yourself. Playing this way is surprisingly reminiscent of Minecraft with its huge amount of creative freedom.

  • Tethered Co-op with a buddy: you and a friend can work together to explore the map, puzzle out hidden clues and journey to far off distant places. Work is a little easier with two of you and battles more intense. Having a companion along makes the game even more fun

  • Multiplayer – strangers can destroy all your work just for fun. When you’re offline you should be safe from attack, but other players don’t always play by the rules, especially if you join someone’s private server. Limited to forty players per server

  • However you decide to play, keep your eyes peeled for the hidden storyline: a series of subtle markers and occasionally friendly NPCs that will guide you towards a mystery tale: something to add even more intrigue to an absorbing game.

    Conan Exiles is available for purchase on Instant Gaming for a fraction of its retail price. You will receive an official key and be able to play the game in seconds. Play smart. Pay less.



    • OS: Windows 10 64bit
    • Processor: AMD Ryzen 5 3600 or Intel Core i5-10400F
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 or Radeon RX 580
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 115 GB available space

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    Best reviews

    Actually one of the best MMO survival in the market. This game is huge, really well optimised, the textures are great, there is a real variety in the biomes a lot of things to do and many different gameplay styles,but for quite some time has suffered an identity crisis. Update after update has made this game completely different.Was a great game. I loved it. I didn't put in >3000+h because I hate it, obviously.But It no longer resembles the game I originally paid for, and not in a good way.When I watched their Age of Sorcery video I initially liked it ... but then... they started to talk about Battle Pass and purchasing levels for those that don't have the time to play/grind as well as the removal of cosmetic DLCs in favor for Battle Pass.. I HATE that change, WTF Funcom you are completely ruining a great game, the game that saved your asses!! I used to really like the game but Funcom's latest announcement ruined everything,and I will NOT purchase anything from Funcom ever again.

    This title will fade away because the greed of game developers.And like i said i really loved and enjoyed this game and it's very hard for me to give a thumbs down,but for the reasons I stated above,I can't recommend it.


    Zapravo jedan od najboljih MMO preživljavanja na tržištu. Ova igra je ogromna, relativno dobro optimizovana, teksture su odlične, postoji velika raznolikost u biomima, mnogo stvari koje treba uraditi i mnogo različitih stilova igranja, ali već neko vreme trpi krizu identiteta. Ažuriranje za ažuriranjem učinilo je ovu igru potpuno drugačijom. Bila je odlična igra. Dopalo mi se. Nisam ostavio >3000+sati jer mrzim igru. Ali više ne liči na igru koju sam prvobitno platio, i to ne na dobar način. Kada sam gledao njihov video Age of Sorcery, u početku mi se dopao.. ali onda... počeli su da pričaju o Battle Pass-u i nivoima kupovine za one koji nemaju vremena za igru/grind, kao o uklanjanju kozmetičkih DLC-ova u korist Battle Pass-a.. Mrzim tu promenu, Jebeni Funcom potpuno uništava odličnu igru, igru koja im je spasila guzice!! Nekada mi se igra zaista dopadala, ali poslednja najava Funcoma je sve pokvarila i više nikada neću kupiti ništa od Funcoma.

    Ovaj naslov će izbledeti zbog pohlepe programera igrica. I kao što sam rekao, zaista sam voleo i uživao u ovoj igri i veoma mi je teško dati palac dole, ali iz razloga koje sam naveo gore, ne mogu da je preporučim.
    this game got me very hooked and it got a lot of content to discover,

    beautiful landscapes with enough to do after you found you're roots,

    what gave me most pleasure was building with all the different building pieces you get with the DLC's,

    this game is deffo worth it !
    • good game
    • cool surrounding areas
    • lot of content

    Recent reviews

    Instantly got my code after purchase and the game is working very well.

    The price for the game is very good but the price for the DLC is very expensive despite being 75% off but still a good purchase and would 100% recommend everyone buying it.
    • Immiediate code after purchase
    • very good game
    • Very large map (lots to do)
    • Spiders, Spiders everywhere
    • Very large map (takes a while to transport)
    • pricey DLC
    One of the best survival games out there. You can literally do anything you want like tame animals, get npcs to work for you and build your own town if you want to. Another good thing about the game is the combat system and thats because you can craft your own weapons based on your own playstyle.
    exelent game for me i like to play it with frends so we go play on a private server an make a lot of fun and nice moments where we can play togetrher and go exploier the game more and more and more lets go
    Poor to no customer support

    Online official servers: Very buggy and server connection problems which WILL lead to loss of inventory, weapons, armour, companion thralls etc. and developers will NOT replace your losses caused by in game bugs or game server issues.
    • Private server can be enjoyed with friends
    • Public servers very buggy and unstable
    The game's world is filled with danger, from savage beasts to other players who are out to take everything you have. Players must scavenge for resources, craft weapons and tools, build shelters, and form alliances with other players to survive in this hostile environment.

    One of the standout features of Conan Exiles is the game's deep crafting system. Players can gather resources from the world around them and use them to craft weapons, armor, and other useful items. There are also a variety of crafting stations available that players can use to create more advanced items.

    The combat in Conan Exiles is also a highlight. The game offers a satisfyingly visceral combat system that rewards skill and timing. Players can use a variety of weapons, from swords and axes to bows and magic, to take on enemies both human and animal.

    The game's visuals are stunning, with a wide variety of environments to explore, from lush forests to desolate deserts. The character models are well-designed, and the game's graphics are generally impressive.

    One area where Conan Exiles falls a bit short is in its story. While the game's world is rich in lore and backstory, the actual story campaign feels a bit lackluster. However, this is a minor complaint in an otherwise excellent game.

    Overall, Conan Exiles is a fantastic survival game that offers a thrilling and immersive experience for players. With its deep crafting system, satisfying combat, and gorgeous visuals, this game is a must-play for fans of the genre.

    • fun with freinds
    • a large world
    • nice building system
    • gets boring after a while
    • more ore less only fun if you play with freinds
    • a bit laggy on private servers
    Since I play Fallout 76 and Rust, this game has been on my to-do list for a while. However, I had a dilemma as to whether it was deep enough for my needs, so I needed a little encouragement. I will not be reviewing the game personally, but I will provide you with a link to a 5-hour video review that convinced me to buy the game, you should check it out:

    Maybe you'll get inspired by it too!

    What a buying experience!

    I love the discounted price-tag, how simple and easy the payment process, and most importantly, the redeem process.

    will definitely buy from here again.

    thank you instant gaming
    • Quick and painless process
    A buggy and lagged game that will blow your mind and is not worth your nerves, time and money. Support is poor and not friendly. You can be banned on the official server without checking the complaint, without warning or explanation.
    • Graphics and game world
    • Technical side and support
    This game is a very big disappointment. Funcom advertised and promoted this game : "build a home and kingdom" so they encourage you to build as much as you want but when you do, they suddenly just wipe out all of your buildings and ban you from official servers without any warring. I am just highlighting that I didn't block anything, I didn't wall around any obelisk or any important areas in the map and other players could use my maprooms, roads, etc. I just wanted to warn every player who is as enthusiastic as I am to build things before they face the same experiences as I had. It does not matter how big my base was because I don't think they should ban someone for something that the game allows you to do.

    FUNCOM: "it was determined that excessive amounts of structures and placeables were being used to intentionally have a negative impact on the server’s performance. Even though freedom of expression through building is encouraged via the sandbox and building system of the game, deliberate use and abuse of known exploits to not only negatively impact the rest of the players in the server, but the server itself, is not something we can let go."

    If some placebles or other building pieces could become exploits, then I think they should have fixed or limited or at least mentioned it in the rules, moreover they mentioned "known" exploits but they are just known to them not to the players, because I did not find a word regarding any of it on the official website. Therefore, I was not aware that I was using known exploits. It's a bit ridiculous if some of the placebles or other building pieces could become exploits in such a kind of game which is about building things. The game is a waste of time, waste of money If you are looking for such a kind of building survival game then believe me, it would be better if you avoid this one.
    • nothing
    • bugs
    • user support
    • lag
    After 2500 hours on this game I think I can give an objective opinion unlike those who after 10 or even 100 hours of play find this great game, while this kind of game requires some time to be able to judge it, and go around of what he offers.

    First I want to point out that the servers are a disaster, lag, crashes and other problems that cause that every 1 month the population that can receive 40 this vacuum, to start all over on another server, the hours lost to farm , build your base ect

    Then the point which seems to me the most important concerns the players and especially in pvp server, to put it simple the community is toxic and much worse than in most pvp games, composed mainly of Germans and Russians who play exclusively between them, who glitch, cheat and other filth, not to mention the fact that these brave morons know that the 2, 3, 4 or 5 against 1 during the raids, when he does not wait for the offline raids, as if their glitch and other cheats do not enough, very loyal and fair play.
    While the developer is doing about this problem, beh nothing, nor nothing against the many bugs that remain, prefer to still create dlc.
    So spend time to advance in the game, up your character build your base, the craft, your slaves and see everything ruined by stupid players who are not ashamed to cheat and come in excess as they are cowards and noskill, for all that and as nothing will change does not give me for the moment envi d come back, think carefully before buying this game you are warned, good luck for the most stubborn lel
    • nothing
    • all
    Absolutely love this game. It's very fun to play with friends and there's always stuff to do. And sure there can sometimes be bugs, but that made my experience on this game even more hilarious and enjoyable!
    • Co-operative
    • No paid server hosting
    • Can tweak game settings however you like
    • Never boring
    • Difficult bosses
    • No proper storyline
    Played this game from quite a while and really enjoyed it a lot. Worth the buying.
    I even gifted this game to a friend of mine, since i already had it.
    He also enjoy it while playing it solo or with me.
    • Graphics
    • Audio
    • Art
    • Terrain
    Very good game and feels like fresh morning air among all others survival games.
    Simple yet extensible, survive by any means in the brutal universe of Conan. Play with friends and/or againt random foes. Build. Explore and enslave everyone who block your route to your liberty.

    I only experimented a few bugs mostly due to teleport after host death in co-op.
    • Optimized
    • Immersive
    • Graphics
    • Gameplay
    • Conan
    • Very few bugs
    Gioco penoso, un gioco peggiore non lo vedo da tanto. La grafica è carina ma il gioco in sé è vuoto e c'è ben poco da fare, finisce quasi subito. Server quasi vuoti, prestazioni pessime, gira malissimo su qualunque sistema.
    • Innovazione
    • Ambientazione
    • Prestazioni pessime
    • Finisce quasi subito
    • Noioso
    This game is all you ever wanted in terms of base building, taming, pillaging, sacaving, classic RPG with insane gameplay. if you loved ark, conan brings the whole new world, set in deserts and wastelands. And theres naked characters :D
    • love the game. simply great. Cant wait for full release
    • early access :(
    Conan Exiles
    The Valley of the Lost Women

    The setting of the game is simple. The protagonist, sentenced to death by Hyborian, is tied to a cross and left to die in the desert. After being hung briefly, they are suddenly saved by Conan himself; apparently, to somehow justify the name of the game, because the legendary barbarian will never appear again, but before you see the miraculous liberation, the game comes to an abrupt halt for character creation where you can choose your hero’s gender, race, appearance, and religion. After the creation of the hero, you are released into a seamless open world.

    On a note, you can’t help but notice the nature of the editor in character creation. There is an option that allows you to the adjust the size of genitalia and other intimate body parts of the lousily voiced protagonist. While this can be seen as a quirky aspect of the game, with many other things lacking and this only being a catchy superficial detail, it ends up feeling like an attempt to grab more attention.

    There is no tutorial in Conan Exiles. You will have to learn everything through trial and error. In a strict sense of the word, the game has no quests whatsoever. However, there are goals that are shown on the upper right corner of the screen. These help you get acquainted with the basics of the game.

    Treasures of Gwalure

    Crafting is an important aspect of the game, and the players will have to mess around with a lot of ingredients for that. At first, it will just be simple materials stones and branches, then you will need rarer resources like: stellar metallic ore, or the blood of a demon. In search of these ingredients, you will have to traverse many beautiful locations - deserts, jungles, snow-covered valleys, swamps, and even a volcano. Unfortunately, the collection of resources is somewhat tiring. Useful materials are hard to find, and instead of getting to admire the scenery of Hyboria, you will mostly be busy cutting down trees, breaking stones, and hunting animals.

    The tools used change what exact resource you will be getting. For instance, if you chop the tree with an axe, there will be some wood, and if you prick the tree with a pick, the bark. The character needs to drink and eat, so as not to die of hunger and thirst. You need to hunt animals for food. And for complete safety, you will want to build a house or even a fortress of your dreams if you are feeling up for it. You can also climb steep cliffs and cook on a bowler hat, something that’s reminiscent of last year’s The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. That’s where you are brought back to ground with naked bodies and a game that doesn’t play at all like BotW.

    Religion is an important mechanics in the game. Belonging to the confession provides unique equipment recipes, sacrifices allow you to invoke the huge all-destroying avatar of the chosen god. When you start off, the game lets you worship only one deity, but their numbers can be increased later in the game. I'm not a bore, but where is it seen in Hyboria that the minions of Seth, whose teachings completely contradict each other, simultaneously give praise to the solar miter!

    Another notable mechanics of the game, a quite unusual one, is slavery. In order to get yourself a slave, you need to trash the enemy before they lose consciousness, then tie them and make them rotate the wheel of pain. It works the same way as it does in Conan’s film. The system of slavery is needed for proper organization and development of economy. A warrior slave can be made to guard the house, the smith slave will make an improved weapon, and the dancers take care of the filth that can be picked up in the ancient ruins.

    All the rascals in the house

    Conan Exiles has several modes - PvP (each player was removed from the cross personally by Conan!), online PvE and a singleplayer campaign. The game is punishing; you can die very quickly. The maximum number of players on a server is 40. Although the true potential of the game is reached in multiplayer, the singleplayer campaign is also good - you can play only for that.

    After you die, experience gained and skills learned do not disappear, but the character literally starts with a bare back and only items in the chests are not lost. That is, of course, if you are not playing the campaign on easy difficulty level. In addition to that, you have to start with character creation every time you join a new server in multiplayer, which is really annoying.

    There have been a number of impressive changes after the release, including, but not limited to, an increase in the number of resources, recipes, and monsters. The devs have also added new animations, deities, and biomes. The game has come really far from when it was first released in early access in early 2017. Taking a year and a half for full release from early access worked for the sandbox survival game Conan Exiles, but there are still some quality of life and game balance issues that need to be fixed. The game doesn’t quite capture the feel of the mystical world of Conan: The Barbarian, so it may be the cause of disappointment for fans of franchise, but it is still a solid survival game. Recommended for fans of survival genre.
    Rating: 8/10
    • Graphics
    • Game Lore
    • Easy to Learn
    • Open World
    • Some Bugs
    An amazing game and it shall keep you in business even in solo mode !!! its a pretty good game with or without company !!! In my opinion even this kind of game is not your style just give it a try !!!
    • amazin graphics and good lore
    • none
    I've liked this game from the start (I started playing during the first month of Early Access). The mood and atmosphere really suited me, even though I have little to none experience with the conan universe. Also I generally like open world survival games. I came to Conan from countless hours of Ark: Survival Evolved, and although they have many similarities, this is an entirely different game.

    Conan Exiles have had its ups and downs. There has been a LOT of server issues and game bugs, and much of the game mechanics has been revamped several times, such as combat. There has also been some trouble with the developers interraction with the community, but this have improved a lot.

    When the game first came out, it didn't have that much to offer to the survival genre that we hadn't already seen in similar games, except maybe the avatars, large deity-based creatures that can be summonned at endgame to really wreck havoc on other players. Sadly, this was very overpowered, and the game got boring really quick. The gameplay (for me at least) was mostly Farming -> Building -> Get raided -> Repeat.. But as I said, the mood and atmosphere in this game made it bearable none the less. And sometimes I would just explore, and each time I would find something new, like a new NPC camp, friendly NPC's that would teach you stuff, some kind of lore (that is scattered around the entire map), caves/dungeons, etc.

    The leveling and combat was boring at first, it was mostly just spamming the attack-button on buggy creatures while running around, or shoot the more powerful creatures from a safe place. But this was not a big problem for me, I enjoyed the game anyways. My biggest issue at that time was how easy it was to exploit the game and the mechanics, and the PvP was very unsatisfying. It was more or less required to build your base up high on mountains and such, then remove all the stairs so you couldnt get raided. The whole ordeal was just stupid and sad, and the game couldnt be played the way it was meant to be.

    After a couple 100 hours I took a long break from the game. I hadn't played through any of the dungeons since I mostly played alone, but I reached max lvl and felt like i had seen the most of what the game had to offer.

    And now, many months later, I am back.

    At first it felt like the same game I had played before, except for a more cinematic intro, and a bit improved Character Creation. But it didnt take long before this felt almost like a new game for me!

    The combat feels much more alive now with more dynamic combos and movements. Enemies are WAY less bugged, and they all have their own patterns which is similar to games like Dark Souls. Combat now includes things like lock-on and enemy health bar, which is very satisfying for me. I haven't tried archery yet, which was my primary fighting method when I first played this game, but I hope I will see improvements there as well.

    When it comes to the world in general the map has gotten so much bigger, with two new biomes! Also old familiar places have been pimped up, and the world seems even more lively now. And still, the game is more performance-friendly then ever!

    When it comes to PvP I've seen a lot of improvements, such as traps for raid protection, counter measures for the avatars, time window for Structure Damage, etc. The combat is also more dynamic now (you can defeat a player even when you have weaker weapons and lower lvl, if you know what you're doing). This opens up for building more freely, which is a very important aspect for me! Also I feel the community recently has become more friendly (even in Europe, haha).

    And then we have the building/crafting aspect, which I've always liked in Conan (compared to games like Ark). This have also been greatly modified/improved. There are so many things you can craft, and for the architects out there, there is few limitations when it comes to structures and building. Also, the new system of which you learn the different crafts is so satisfying (for me at least), even though it took some time to get used to.

    And last, when you're not building or engaging in PvP, the gameplay revolves heavily around lore and dungeons. (this is maybe an even more important aspect in PvE). And there is just so much to explore!

    Conclusion: Though the game still has bugs (a few which I find severe) I really see a lot of improvements in an already good game, and I cant wait for the release!

    The only negative thing I have to say right now is that the plans for mounts and magic is scrapped (for now atleast), and i was SO looking forward to that! :(

    Hope this was helpful!

    Cheers! :)
    Guys watch out on this one, game is installing on your PC a spyware, Devs of the game are you fuking seriouse about this? Whata fuking scumbags, collecting data from users and not letting them know about it, when i did now check out what data is actualy redshell collecting, that blow my mind, you have successfully over pass Microsoft on this one, whata idiots. Guys in real world redshell is masked to be a spyware on your PC, stay away from this game, cause anything from web history to windows system data have been collected buy this sh'it!
    • Game contains redshell spyware which is collecting users data and sending online
    funny and big game with alot of diffrent things to do, hard on pointthat anye animal can kill you if u dont pay attention, big map , alot of objects to build , and its big on grinding materials , and yet its in early acces
    • 80
    • 5
    90 cause its early access yet and there will be more improvements! Besides that its a great game which keeps you busy many hours! One of the best survival games you will ever play and you can play with your friends!
    Reasonably fun survival game within the Conan universe. Still needs work, so don't be surprised at bugs and imbalance. It's not very different from Rust or ARK in its core mechanics though it does offer some new features which are worth exploring.
    • Beautiful Graphics
    • Interesting gameplay elements from the conan universe
    • Easy to learn
    • Challenging
    • Many Bugs (early access)
    • Limited character animations
    • Server connection problems may occur
    I am positively surprised by Conan. This is my first survival game. I'am a fan of everything Conan, so I played Age of Conan (mmorpg) and expected the new Conan to be something similar, but it's completely different game. I gave Conan 80%
    • graphics
    • animation
    • no tutorial
    Very nice and good mateial, flawless graphics, good history, nice artifacs

    para quem gosta de jogos de subrevivência, este jogo tme de ser comprado, com uma boa história e bom argumentos femininos, muito bom.
    • nice history
    • nice graphics
    • time to play

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