Conan Exiles delays a console parity patch for a week to fix bugs

The good news for Conan Exiles players is that there are plans to roll out the game’s pet system starting on August 18th. The bad news? Console players are going to need to wait a little bit longer to reach parity with computer players. According to the latest newsletter, while a parity patch was originally scheduled for this week, it’s being delayed due to some last-minute bugs and won’t be ready until next week.

Obviously the far bigger and more important patch is the aforementioned pet system, which will be rolling out in full along with a new religion path and the Midnight Grove dungeon. The date is still subject to change, but it shouldn’t be too much longer before players can pick out their favorite animal companions to survive in the wasteland. Hopefully consoles won’t lag behind desktop players then.

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harbinger_kyleran

Wait, a Funcom game has bugs in it, say it isn’t so.

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McGuffn

Good looking tiger, and they seem to have pack animals too. However, this is Conan, not Beastmaster!