Conan Exiles heads to the Xbox One Game Preview program next week, alongside a major expansion on both Xbox One and Windows PC. From 16 August, both platforms will gain access to the game’s “Frozen North” expansion, described by Funcom as

Conan Exiles heads to Xbox One in August, Funcom has recently confirmed. The title, already available on PC, heads to Xbox One’s Game Preview program on 16 August. It will be accompanied by a free expansion update that will also be released

A new Microsoft press conference means a new batch of ID@Xbox titles to detail. First, a montage of all the new titles being showcased this year: Titles include: Osiris: New Dawn Paladins: Champions of the Realm Raiders of the Broken

Microsoft has clarified its position on nudity in games after Conan Exiles developer Funcom essentially spoke for the company at GDC earlier in the week. Via a statement sent through Funcom, Microsoft addressed the developer’s statement that realistic, flopping penises simply weren’t

Conan Exiles — a game known for its ridiculous, floppy penises —  won’t feature them in its Xbox One release. Developer Funcom made the confirmation at GDC, according to DualShockers, saying Xbox One players won’t have the same “freedom” as

Conan Exiles, the best-selling floppy penis simulator, will soon head to Xbox’s Game Preview Program. The title, already on Steam’s Early Access program, is expected to sell 487,000 units within its first 30 days of availability. Its project costs were

On this episode of The GAP Luke Lawrie (Stevivor) and Joab Gilroy (Red Bull Games) went down to RTX Sydney where they checked out what was on offer at the expo. They also talk about the games they’ve been playing

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Conan Exiles, an open world survival game currently in Early Access on Steam, is quickly getting known for one thing: big, floppy penises. As you might guess, this post is NSFW. First, PC Gamer’s Chris Livingston took to Twitter to