Conan Chop Chop is Real and Coming Out March 1

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It's actually true. Mighty Kingdom

It was back in 2019 when Conan Chop Chop was first announced, and nobody thought it was real. Developer Mighty Kingdom, however, was serious and confirmed that they were indeed working on it during E3 2019.

It turned out that Mighty Kingdom wasn't kidding, as Conan Chop Chop is set to be launched on March 1. That's just a little over two weeks from now. Even before the official release, players can try the game with the free demo coming to the Steam Next Fest on February 21.

The game is going to be available on PC for $14.99. The PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch versions are priced at $19.99.

What is the game all about? It's a hilarious take on the world of Conan the Barbarian. Players take on the role of some of the greatest heroes of Hyboria and stop the evil wizard Thoth-Amon. This roguelite party game has players enjoy 1- to 4-player multiplayer mayhem in both online and couch co-op.

In a press statement, Mighty Kingdom Creative Lead Kimbo Forrest shared that Conan is a barbarian who has gone through a lot to be the formidable warrior that everybody loves. He added that they have worked hard on this game to offer a unique Conan adventure that both veteran fans and new ones can enjoy.

Features of the game include:

  • Unique Cast of Heroes
    • Players can choose from a roster of heroes that include Conan, Pallantides, Belit, and Valeria.
  • ​Magically Generated World
    • The procedurally-generated maps and dungeon layouts ensure that no two runs are the same.
    • Discover new shops, challenges, and treasures with each playthrough.
  • Ruthless Boss Fights
    • See if you have what it takes against unique dungeon bosses like The Giant Sand Worm of Koth and The Frost Giant of Vanaheim.
    • There are even bosses that roam the wilderness and guard golden chests, powerful artifacts, and other riches.

For those excited about the game, pre-orders for Conan Chop Chop are now live at the Microsoft Store and Nintendo eShop. PC players can wishlist the game now on Steam.

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