Just a few short years ago, Funcom's Joel Bylos was in charge of level 20 through 40 of Age of Conan, a massively multiplayer online game that was, at launch, widely criticized for a lack of quality content past level 20. Now he's the creative director in charge of Age of Conan, Anarchy Online and The Secret World,…
Wondering why going "free to play" is so trendy right now? Consider MMO Age of Conan. In May, it launched a F2P version. It's since doubled its revenues and increased subscriber numbers.
Barbarians. Knights. Tribal warriors. All very manly men with their armour and swords and scowls, all very much a speciality of Finnish concept artist Ville-Valtteri Kinnunen.
Massively-multiplayer game Age of Conan has just jumped on the bandwagon and is releasing a free-to-play version.
Funcom's Age of Conan triumphantly returns to store shelves two years after its debut, as the Rise of the Godslayer expansion pack goes live.
After two years of tweaking the main game, Funcom has nailed down a May 11 release date for Rise of the Godslayer, the first full expansion pack for massively-multiplayer online role playing game Age of Conan.
Wolf and Tiger mounts, choices and consequences that roll out branching storylines and bosses that need to be conquered with emotional outbursts are just a few of the new concepts coming to Age of Conan later this year.
As seen by me, while shopping for chocolate milk.
Incentive programs, an excellent talent pool, and that famous Canadian hospitality has MMO developer Funcom setting up a new development house in Montreal.
A work in progress for the better part of a year, Funcom is finally ready to take the next step with Age of Conan, teasing an expansion announcement to take place in Germany next month.
Funcom has just launched Update 5 - Gangs of Tarantia for their massively multiplayer online roleplaying game Age of Conan, introducing a whole new area, new storylines, and fundamentally changing how the game is played.
Age of Conan has gotten off to a bit of a slow start. Well, that's not entirely true. More like it got off to a quick start, and then a large chunk of folks left. A slow middle, if you will. Now Funcom finally releases a free trial client, on the hopes that a horde of people have been just sitting around, waiting for…