Funcom disappointed a lot of fans when it announced that Conan Exiles would be using the Denuvo anti-tamper tech. However, it appears that pirates have won, once again. A DRM-free version of Conan Exiles has been leaked online, and this particular version is not plagued with the Denuvo anti-tamper tech.
Conan Exiles is an always-online title that offers players the ability to host their own private servers and play the game. The game also supports local play.
As Funcom claimed, if players choose to run their own server, they will have access to a powerful server control system that allows them to alter many aspects of the play experience.
“Here you can toggle PvP, turn off avatars, disable the sandstorm, choose what players lose when they die, control the day/night cycle, resource yield, and much more. Server admins can easily make changes to settings in-game, on the fly, and instantly see the changes, most of which does not even require a server restart. Server admins also have access to a full-featured in-game developer tool that allows them spawn any item available in the game, from weapons to building pieces and resources. They can also trigger god mode, make themselves invisible, teleport around the game world, spawn monsters and NPCs, disable hunger/thirst, and much more.”
The DRM-free version of Conan Exiles that has been leaked supports private servers, and allows gamers to play with other people that also have the same version.
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