Conan Unconquered from former C&C devs receives a release date and pricing


Currently in development by Petroglyph, a team filled with Command & Conquer devs, fans can prepare to see the harsh and deadly world of Conan come to life this May for a cool $29.99.

Published by Funcom and developed by Petroglyph, fans will take to the world of Conan Unconquered in ways never-before-seen as they tactically build their forts, upgrade their troops, and face down against enemy forces on May 30th, 2019, for $29.99 (standard) or $39.99 (deluxe) based on which version of the game is chosen.

The Deluxe Edition includes:

  • Exclusive DLC: Kalanthes, a spell-casting hero unit
  • Exclusive DLC: King Conan hero unit
  • Game Soundtrack
  • Original Conan Unconquered eBook

The upcoming title will surely be a delightful experience to those wanting to experience a survival RTS that will force you to think in ways never-before-thought of in the RTS genre.

Bases will constantly be under attack, your resources will remain limited, and the difficulty will increase over time as CEO of Petroglyph, Chuck Kroegel, explains, “Conan Unconquered is not your typical RTS. We like to call it a survival RTS, where instead of building a base and then moving out to attack your opponent, you will instead have to build a base that is constantly being attacked by invading enemy forces that grow more ruthless and more difficult over time. We’re also very excited about our multiplayer co-op, allowing players to build a base together and amass an army as they work together to fight off the hordes. Working together in an RTS is incredibly rewarding and we want to bring that experience to the forefront.

Unlike most RTS games on the market, Conan Unconquered has been designed as a real-time survival strategy game where wave after wave of enemies will constantly assault your base while increasing in numbers and difficulty as each wave comes to an end.


At this time, it has not been announced if Conan Unconquered will release on consoles or if it will remain a PC exclusive at this time. Those looking to get their hands on it can expect it to launch on PC on May 30th, 2019.

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