Conan Exiles Gets New Combat-Focused Screens, Early Access Delayed to 2017

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Funcom has released new images for the upcoming Conan Exiles, showcasing things like combat mechanics and the game’s sandy open world. The other piece of news around the game is that its Steam Early Access release has been delayed to January 2017; it was previously pegged for September.

Regarding the delay, Exiles creative director Joel Bylos explained in a Steam post (via DualShockers) that, after considering fan feedback, the developer decided it would “like to spend a little more time” working on the game. He added that Funcom recently “secured additional funding,” which means the developer is in a “much more flexible” financial solution.

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“We want to take advantage of that and move Early Access to January 2017,” he said. “With the extra time in development, we believe we can make a better game for you, the fans.”

He went on to say that Early Access…

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