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Update #23 hits Conan Exiles: Siege Warfare begins!

Your Daily Updates. Straight from the Devs.

We just wanted to give you a quick heads-up that we just released Update #23 for our open-world survival Early Access game Conan Exiles. This update introduces the Trebuchet siege weapon, opening for a whole new way to approach player vs. player warfare in the game.

Players need to craft the Trebuchet, place it, and then aim it by pushing it around. In-game physics come into play when figuring out how far you want to shoot: by adding and removing rocks as ballast you determine how far your projectile will go. You can arm your Trebuchet with huge boulders and even explosive Demon-fire jars that will create a fiery havoc wherever it comes crushing down.

Thanks to Conan Exiles real-time destruction physics, buildings will crumble and city walls will break as the barrage of rocks and explosives come raining down on your enemies.

Last week Funcom released Update #22 which introduced the dye system, new weapons, new armor, animated thralls, and more. The next update out, Update #24, will introduce a brand-new dungeon for adventurers to explore. The update will be arriving soon.

Conan Exiles was released into Early Access on January 31st 2017 and Funcom reported that the game sold half a million units in about a month. The developers continue to update the game constantly with both fixes, improvements, new content, and new features.

For more information, visit www.conanexiles.com.

Straight from the Devs
April 01, 2017
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