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About This Game

From the Star Wars: Empire at War and Command & Conquer veterans at Petroglyph comes the first-ever strategy game set in the barbaric world of Conan the Barbarian.

Conan Unconquered is a survival RTS set in the barbaric world of Conan the Barbarian where you must build your stronghold and assemble an unconquerable army to survive the savage hordes of Hyboria. Wave after wave of increasingly more difficult enemies will rush at your gates and you will need to manage resources, research new technologies to advance your defenses, and recruit an ever-growing army if you are to save survive utter destruction.

You can choose to play the game entirely alone in single-player, but Conan Unconquered can also be enjoyed in full two-player co-op allowing for a truly unique, shared multiplayer experience. Players share a base where both can freely construct new buildings and amass an army to reach their common goal.

The enemy hordes will keep coming at you and how long you can resist the invasion depends entirely on your ability to build your stronghold and lead your army. Gameplay is real-time, but you can also pause at any time to issue commands and start construction of new buildings. Battles will be bloody and savage with players having to deal with anything from fires raging through their stronghold to piles of corpses spreading death and disease.

The savage horde is at your gates. Will you fall or will you remain unconquered?


Battle wave after wave of increasingly more difficult enemies coming to destroy your stronghold, from lowly footmen to experienced elites and mighty siege weapons. Giant snakes and scorpions, spearmen, necromancers, and flying demons will arrive in vast numbers to see your home burn to the ground.


Manage resources such as food, gold, wood, and iron to fuel your expanding stronghold. Construct a variety of different buildings from housing to temples and military barracks. Build defensive walls around your stronghold and equip them with traps such as oil cauldrons to keep attackers at bay.


Play together online and build a shared stronghold while fending off the enemy hordes. Both players can build structures freely, and research upgrades, walls, and structures are all shared allowing for a truly unique and cooperative multiplayer experience. You can also try the game in challenge mode, where you can play the same maps as other players and see how well you compare to them.


Heroes are incredibly powerful units that can greatly influence the outcome of battles. These heroes, including Conan himself, possess special abilities and you can equip them with unique artifacts that you find as you explore the world.


You may start out with only a few foot soldiers, but before long you will have amassed an epic army of heavy cavalry, sorcerers, and more, ready at your command. Train units and keep them fed and paid to see their power grow and become truly unconquerable.


The world of Conan the Barbarian is one of blood, battle, and savagery. As your soldiers and those of your enemy die on the battlefield, their bodies will be left to rot and spread disease that can quickly turn the tide of war. Of course, a necromancer might be able to turn that to their advantage.


Randomly generated maps allow for infinite re-playability and each map holds vast opportunities for players that dare to explore beyond their stronghold. Discover ruins hiding great treasures, but beware: these are often protected by massive guardians that you need to bring down to claim your loot.


Build a temple and dedicate your stronghold to Mitra. Summon their massive avatar that towers above the battlefield and crushes your enemies in its footsteps.


Play the game to unlock more and more of the Black Colossus Conan comic. It’s an original Conan story and forms the foundation for the setting in the game. The comic is brutal and bloody and true to the world of Conan the Barbarian.
    • OS: Windows 7, 8 or 10 (64 bit)
    • Processor: Core i3 (dual core) @3Ghz+ or equivalent
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 620 or DX11 graphics card w/ minimum 1GB dedicated RAM
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Storage: 10 GB available space
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Posted: June 2
I wouldn’t recommend it where it is right now. Three heroes and one is already behind a paywall? Seriously? The moment I paid for the game should be when it unlocked.

The animations are awkward, the vo is repetitive for something meant to be played over and over, the waves start too quick, and the resource management is atrocious.

A very flat game that needs some injections in it to make it interesting to keep playing.
And for Crom’s sake, enough with the DLC heroes and skins in a game you pay for.


Posted: May 29
Do I recommend it right now? No, and it kind of sucks to say that as buried underneath the myriad of issues I believe is the grounds for an amazing game.

The positives right now are when something goes right, the sense of satisfaction is immense; the combat is visceral & gory as heck and the enemies are just strong enough to challenge you; if you manage to survive a wave relatively intact, it feels incredibly *good*. I have a lot of love for the Hero units too, even if they’re just tanks at this point.

On the flip is the balancing, content, optimisation and bugs; the balancing is just… awful. I get that the devs have probably studied ‘They Are Billions’ closely, but whereas TAB can be punishing, it doesn’t feel like a punishment to play, which is what I have with ‘Conan’ right now. The waves are so close that there’s just no point in having breaks, resources generate at a rate so slow, I think the devs may have actually coded how to journey back in time instead, and then you’re met with a resource maintenance fee, so when you finally do get a decent cash flow, you’re hesitant to build anything as you’ll lose 10-30% of your resource and revenue flow.

Moving on to content; it’s pretty thin – you get a choice of up to 3 Heroes (one’s a $10 DLC unlock), zero story and what I think are 5 tutorial/SP missions? Without story for context, it’s hard to tell really. The lack of story’s a little saddening as they have access to the Conan universe plus it was developed by former C&C devs, who used to write the most amazing, batshit-insane stories for those campaigns, which enthralled me as a kid when I used to play their games. The Heroes, and in fact all your units, move as if they’re caught in tar, which is annoying, but just loops back to the weird pacing mentioned above.
It feels like SP was an afterthought here and that the entire game was balanced around coop – I looked at the coop list and there was 8 hosts at the time, so probably like me, everyone wants to enjoy SP instead, meaning the game needs better balancing for solo players.

Optimisation and bugs kind of go hand-in-hand; you can’t change the refresh rate in the resolution box, despite the option being there and I noticed some weird lag when I was in build mode whilst moving across the map (see my profile for specs – they’re all above the recommended requirements) and I noticed framerate oscillation throughout the game. I don’t believe this is due to graphics demand, as they look like Age of Empires III with a HD pack overlay if I’m being perfectly honest so something’s amiss there.

This is a game which could have benefited immensely from Early Access to iron out all the kinks in conjunction with the player community. As it is, I have paid for a game with old-school principles which just don’t cut it in modern times, where it’s either missing content, or the content is mixed up in a confusing and not very satisfying broth. The foundations are solid, it could be a really incredible game and a great gaming experience, but it just isn’t right now and I’ve not had a great deal of fun playing it so far.


Posted: May 31
As a big fan of the Conan Universe and a huge fan of Command&Conquer. I couldn’t be more excited about this game. However, I was filled with disapointments when I understood that this game was a very close clone to They Are Billions. Instead of managing workers, you had it dumbed down with no workers at all and just buildings either sucking up or producing resources. And in all fairness, I think it was a big mistake of the developers to play the card of "former C&C developers" card. Because this game is nothing like Command&Conquer in terms of gameplay.
This game feels very lazy, the music is the same from Conan Exiles, majority of the models are also from conan exiles. Only 5 "campaign" maps. I wouldn’t even say campaign as there are no story to it.

This game is NOT worth the price as of right now and its even disgusting to see them putting 1 hero behind a paid wall of 10 euro when the came already is not worth the full price.

What I expected from this game was managing workers (thralls), give them difference tasks of resource collection, a decent campaign with story, a map with regions you conquer one by one untill you reach the end (Red Alert 1 map progression)

Wait untill more content comes that can justify the price, wait for 50%+ off sales or stay away.


Posted: May 30
Why do walls take twice the gold to repair as they do to tear down and rebuild them?


Posted: May 31
Game feels unfinished and still at early acess. Story mode is basicly five levels and features promised like sandstorm are superficial


Posted: May 31
I can’t recommend this game yet. The economy seems a bit broken in that you can’t produce enough resources to outpace the upkeep costs of buildings. There’s also no roadmap yet from the devs on what they will add to the game, and the game is lacking in features.

no saving in multiplayer
UI doesn’t scale to resolution
Hero units are too similar

The game just doesn’t feel complete yet, so I will wait and see if its improved over time. Other games which cost less money have had steady improvements over time so I am hopeful that this game will receive some upgrades after release.


Posted: June 1
love this game it’s a good challenge i only wish they had more heroes you only get 2 heroes which is lame. and you get a 3rd hero if you buy the 20$ DLC but i dont think 1 hero is worth 20$, the 3rd hero should just be in the game no clue why a game comes out. with DLC already added with the game. very greedy the dev’s are, shame on them Shame on them, this game should have 5-6 heroes. for free not 2 thats the only thing i hate about this game is the lack of heroes and how greedy people are with DLC’s DLC is killing gaming for everyone, makes me sick


Posted: May 31
+ Co-op

– Day 1 DLC
– Overpriced


Posted: May 31
Building wall – 12 gold.
Repairing wall – 30 gold.
Totally broken economy.
Game is not in Early Access, if u plaing alone better play They Are Billions.

UPD fixed repair cost 02.06


Posted: May 29
fun as hell with coop
-day one DLC is disgusting though


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