Conan Exiles has had a bit of a rocky start since its launch on Steam Early Access. However, many players fans have given it a try and happily enjoy it. The official servers for the game had to be shut down because of issues, forcing the developer Funcom to seek out a new partnership to get them squared away. People can still play the game through the player-hosted servers, though, giving the development team time to implement fixes, one of which has just been released.
The long loading screen encountered when rebooting the game have been fixed, as well as a bug that sent players to the main menu while in the same loading screens.
On the Asian servers, players will get double the experience and harvesting for an entire week (excluding Blitz PvP servers). The team notes that, while the servers are technically outside of Asia right now, they are working hard to get the parts they need to put them into Asia proper.
Other fixes include spider projectiles, which are now the “appropriate size”. The voice chat has also been fixed, so that line of communication should work fine now. However, if it continues to bother, Funcom stresses out that players should leave feedback so that they can investigate.
Despite these fixes, the Conan Exiles team notes that there are other errors they are aware of and are trying hard to fix. Items that have sizes that don’t accurately suit them, bows that don’t fire in some cases (nor consume ammo if they fire), and more. Finally, they are aware that Archers and Archer Thralls are apparently useless unless they’re firing at their foes from point blank range.
If you are playing the Early Access build, be sure to let the team know if you find any bugs. Feedback is important for the developers to investigate the problems and fix them.