Age of Conan

For a game that was released seven years ago, “failed,” and then relaunched as a free-to-play title — and is owned by a company that’s not doing so hot lately — Age of Conan still gets plenty of attention from its developers, as shown in its most recent monthly development update.

The big change seems to be the moving of Tier 5 armor bonuses to the recently introduced runes, making T6 items more desirable. The final boss of the Palace of Cetriss, the newly resurrected Ethram-Fal, is live on the test server, and there’s new functionality coming to the LFG/LFR system, letting players experience easier versions of the main storyline dungeons and raids.

For October, a Halloween festival is in the works, and, somewhere down the line, a crafting revamp. Which leads me to ask: People dress as barbarians, sorcerers, and the like for Halloween these days, so what does a barbarian or sorcerer dress as for Halloween? An accountant? A librarian?

Jason Winter is a veteran gaming journalist, he brings a wide range of experience to MMOBomb, including two years with Beckett Media where he served as the editor of the leading gaming magazine Massive Online Gamer. He has also written professionally for several gaming websites.


  1. Did you even read the title before you published this article? FUNCOM TEASES NEW AGE OF CONAN TEASES RAID BOSS IN MONTHLY DEVELOPMENT UPDATE


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