Conan Exiles and Conan: Unconquered are free to play on Steam this weekend

In celebration of the Conan franchise and in order to display the evolution of all three titles, Funcom has made survival game Conan Exiles, MMO Age of Conan and the RTS game Conan Unconquered available to play for free for a limited time. From today and until September 23rd, anyone can log on to Steam to play the three Conan games.

Moreover, during this time and lasting for an additional week, all three games will also be available for purchase with significant discounts.

Conan Exiles is an open world survival game, set in the savage lands of Conan the Barbarian. This Conan game quickly became one of Funcom’s best-selling games after a successful Early Access run starting January 2017. Since the game launched in full on PC in 2018, it had 7 DLCs and a host of free updates. These updates added new lands to explore, more end-game content, building pieces, bug fixes and performance improvements.

Age of Conan: Unchained is an MMO that sold more than a million copies within weeks after launch. Age of Conan has benefited from years of continual development, improving the visuals, performance and content of the game. Funcom re-released the MMO as Age of Conan: Unchained in 2011, making it available free, with the option of purchasing additional content.

Lastly, Conan: Unconquered is a real-time survival strategy game. This week, Funcom released an update, improving the game’s visuals and balancing, as well as adding a new playable hero; Bêlit the Pirate Queen. Furthermore, this update added new campaign scenarios.

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