Conan Exiles is an addictive game which still suffers from some serious performance issues on Xbox One X and other platforms. However, that hasn't stopped the developer from releasing new content and fixing some bugs. Today, the creators unleashed The Imperial East Pack for $9.99 which adds a host of gorgeous objects.
According to Funcom, with The Imperial East Pack, you can build great palaces or mighty castles with a whole new set of "Khitan" building pieces. There are also three new armor variations and one new weapon set. These items look vastly different to anything seen in Conan Exiles.
Some of the main additions are listed below.
- Almost forty new Khitan building pieces.
- Full set of building pieces.
- Fifteen new armor pieces in three sets.
- Light, medium and heavy sets with an end-game version of each.
- Nine new weapons in one Khitan set.
- Five new warpaints.
- New placable objects like a dragon idol.
- New Khitan Artisan Station.
Keep in mind that the pack is only cosmetic and doesn't give you any in-game advantage over the competition. You'll just stand out from the crowd due to your spectacular style!
Conan Exiles is an online survival game either played from the first-person or third-person perspective. While the title features numerous characters and mysteries to uncover, it still revolves around gathering resources, learning new schematics, and crafting better gear or shelter. Starting off with nothing more than a stone house, you'll eventually be able to build entire cities from "Black Ice" with dangerous siege weaponry.
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