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Publisher Eidos Studio Funcom Genre Role-playing
Release Dates 05/20/08 TBA 05/23/08 TBA

Hyborian Adventures is the first installment in the planned Age of Conan series that will include expansion packs. Like other MMO games, there will be a subscription fee. The official site states "it will likely follow industry standards" concerning pricing.

When first entering the world of Hyboria, the game is divided into two sections: In the first section you can choose if you want to play alone or with other players. This whole first part is done on an island called Tortage. When you reach level 20, you are allowed to leave the island and thus the second section takes the character created during the first portion to a whole new environment that includes conquerable territories and player owned cities.

One of the primary attractions of Age of Conan is the "Real Combat" system. The player is able to direct the swings of their character's weapon during combat to attack six separate target zones. Funcom has stated that this system will be easy to learn even for veteran MMORPG players who are used to "click and wait" combat; however, the specific details of this system have yet to be unveiled. Other features will include battle formations, which impart bonuses to the group using them, and mounted combat, which will also use the "Real Combat" engine.

Funcom is focusing on developing content for the "end game," the time at which characters have reached maximum advancement, rather than the "grind" and promises a fast leveling process. Funcom has also promised the graphic nature of Robert E. Howard's short stories will not be toned down for the game and Age of Conan has recently been given a Mature 17 rating.

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AoC fastest selling PC-Game - May 26, 2008

Submitted by Phantomar (292) at 8:34AM PST on May 26, 2008

Over 400,000 gamers have entered game– First 20 reviews with an average review score above 90% Durham, USA– May 26th, 2008– Funcom is proud to announce that Age of Conan is one of the fastest selling PC games of all time. With stock flying out of several retail chains, Funcom expects the number to increase in the days to come.
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Age of Conan reaches 1m milestone

GamesIndustry - January 1, 2008

Submitted by welshbloke (25) at 3:49AM PST on June 6, 2008

Funcom has announced that it has passed the milestone of one million copies shipped for its MMO Age of Conan, less than three weeks after the title's launch. Age of Conan: Hybroian Adventures has had a strong performance on the UK, US and Europe charts. Funcom had announced that the title broke pre-order records and netted over 400,000 users in its first week.
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Age of Conan still best-selling US PC game

GamesIndustry - June 19, 2008

Submitted by welshbloke (25) at 5:04AM PST on June 19, 2008

The NPD Group has released US PC game sales data for the week ended June 7, with Age of Conan retaining the top position. Age of Conan was also the top-selling PC game in May across all categories.
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Age of Conan's retail, monthly subscription prices...

Joystiq - April 23, 2008

Submitted by Thumper (327) at 10:18AM PST on April 23, 2008

Norwegian publisher and developer Funcom has announced the amount of money armchair barbarians can expect to shell out from beneath their loincloths to play Age Of Conan: Hyborian Adventures, with the MMO's retail box costing $59.99 and €49.99 in North America and Europe respectively. Beyond that initial outlay of coins, swinging an axe in Hyborea will carry a monthly subscription price of $14.99 in North America and €12.99 for players on the other side of the Atlantic.
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Eidos says AoC "has a long shelf life". - January 1, 2008

Submitted by Phantomar (292) at 8:26AM PST on June 10, 2008

Publisher Eidos tells MCV about its long-term plans for the title
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