Conan Unconquered will be released in May, new screenshots released

Conan Unconquered has been given a release date and will be coming to PC in late May. Publisher Funcom and developer Petroglyph have also revealed that fans will be able to purchase Conan Unconquered in two editions; Standard and Deluxe.

The first ever strategy game set in the Conan universe, Conan Unconquered is in development at Petroglyph, who includes veteran developers who worked on Command & Conquer.

Petroglyph CEO Chuck Kroegel said;

Conan Unconquered is not your typical RTS.

We like to call it a survival RTS, where instead of building a base and then moving out to attack your opponent, you will instead have to build a base that is constantly being attacked by invading enemy forces that grow more ruthless and more difficult over time.

Conan Unconquered Release Date

Pre-orders for Conan Unconquered are open now. The standard edition costs $29.99 USD and the deluxe edition costs $39.99. The deluxe edition includes;

  • Exclusive DLC: Kalanthes, a spell-casting hero unit
  • Exclusive DLC: King Conan hero unit
  • Game Soundtrack
  • Original Conan Unconquered eBook

Announced earlier this month, Funcom describes it as;

a fast-paced strategy game where players face wave after wave of enemies in ever-increasing numbers and difficulty. To withstand the savage hordes players must build an unconquerable stronghold and put up walls and other defensive measures to avoid utter destruction

It will also include multiplayer co-op that lets players build bases together and hold off the horde as a team.  Petroglyph calls multiplayer co-op “incredibly rewarding” and has designed Conan Unconquered to shine a light on this feature.

Conan Unconquered will be released on May 30, 2019, for PC.

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