Good news for Conan fans as Funcom has just launched the free-to-play version of Age of Conan: Hyborian Adventures. Age of Conan: Unchained replaces the existing version of the game, and players everywhere will now be able to freely explore the world of Hyboria. Those interested can register at the game’s Official Website and play it for free right now.
Senior Vice President of Sales & Marketing Morten Larssen said:
“After 1.4 million copies sold, having experienced fantastic critical acclaim, and still to this day going strong with a large active player base embarking on thousands of daily adventures, there is no doubt that ‘Age of Conan’ has made a significant impact on the online gaming genre. The great potential provided by the hybrid business model, and with the ever growing interest for free-to-play games, bringing ‘Age of Conan’ into this market is undoubtedly the logical next step for the title.”
Creative Director and Executive Producer Craig Morrison added:
“For the team working on the game, going free-to-play is great because it opens up this great fantasy world to an even larger audience. Not only can players now enjoy the content for free, we will continue to add new gameplay features and new content and make improvements to the game. ‘Age of Conan: Unchained’ will offer a fantastic experience for both new customers and players who have already roamed the online world of Hyboria. An engrossing story, brutal combat and savage world is waiting for those who dare explore the lands of Hyboria.”
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