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Latest Conan Exiles patch removes Denuvo & brings performance improvements

Funcom has released a brand new patch for Conan Exiles that removes the Denuvo anti-tamper tech. Conan Exiles came out on Steam Early Access in 2017. However, a DRM-free version of its Early Access build got leaked online in February 2017. PC gamers have been constantly asking for a Denuvo-free version after that leak, and after more than three years, Funcom has delivered it.

Alongside the removal of Denuvo from Conan Exiles, this latest update brings a number of performance improvements. For instance, it adds a number of optimization and database maintenance features. This may decrease the size of database files. Additionally, it introduces a number of server optimizations for code and logs. It also fixes a number of crashing issues.

Thankfully, the June 16th update also fixes two exploits. Going into more details, it fixes an issue where exploiters could override the rules of engagement of a server in order to cause unintended damage to structures. It also fixes an issue where certain pieces could be stacked.

It’s also worth noting that this patch implements a new Funcom Live Services system. This includes functionality for an in game Friends List and improvements to the Server Browser.

Lastly, this latest patch for Conan Exiles packs a number of fixes, balance tweaks and AI enhancements.

You can find the complete changelog for Conan Exiles’ June 16th Update here.

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