Developers of Conan Exiles revealed plans for early 2021

Conan Exiles Isle of Siptah Roadmap 2021

The developers of the hardcore multiplayer survival simulator Conan Exiles shared new information about the plans for early 2021 in the official community on Steam.

First of all, the developers will change the map of the add-on Isle of Siptah. Taking into account the feedback of the players, the developers will make it more populated with non-playable characters, add the long-awaited slave camps, and expand the island to the south. There will also be Purges from the original map, and new gameplay mechanics, as well as more unique items, will be introduced. The list of long-awaited features includes access to the central tower of Siptah and character transfers to the Land of the Exiles and back.

Together with the content of the expansion, the map of Siptah Island will make up 90% of the Exile Lands area. There will be three additional biomes: Ashland, Floodplain and Savannah, along with the existing plains, forests and hills.

As for the overall content, the developers are planning to add a new religion, avatar and unique items such as weapons and altars. They promise to make this content extremely scary and realistic, which will probably give nightmares to players.

Conan Exiles is an open-world multiplayer survival simulator set in the Conan universe. The game supports both single-player and massively multiplayer gameplay modes. The project is a typical survival crafting game, in which players can build the defenced bases, visit the bases of other players, and fight with them or live in peace, repelling the attacks of other players.

Conan Exiles Isle of Siptah Roadmap 2021