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Conan Chop Chop Arrives March 1, Demo Coming to Steam and Nintendo Switch in February

A roguelite multiplayer party experience awaits in Hyboria

Three years after its reveal, publisher Funcom and developer Mighty Kingdom has pencilled in a March 1 release date for Conan Chop Chop, a roguelite multiplayer party game that will be available on PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation and Xbox consoles.

“Conan is a barbarian who has been forged in the flames of battle; his grit and determination, his blood, sweat and tears have made him the formidable warrior we all love,” said Kimbo Forrest, Creative Lead at Mighty Kingdom.

“And our blood, sweat and tears have given you this: a Conan adventure unlike any the world has witnessed before. An experience not just for the veteran fans, but one to draw in and delight new audiences.”

Players will enter the realm of Conan the Barbarian, and take on the roles of Hyboria’s greatest heroes in a battle to stop the treacherous wizard Thoth-Amon. The roguelite nature of the game will see heroes step forward in 1-4 player multiplayer mayhem via online or couch co-op, with plenty of maps, loot, and dangerous foes awaiting.

To help players prepare for launch, a Conan Chop Chop demo will be available on February 21 as part of Steam Next Fest. Nintendo Switch gamers will also get the demo on the same day.

Pre-orders for Conan Chop Chop are now live on both Xbox and Nintendo Switch.

Funcom is a developer and publisher of online games for PC and consoles. Funcom has provided outstanding entertainment since 1993 and continues to expand its track record of more than twenty released games. For more information, please visit

Since its formation in 2010, Mighty Kingdom has released over 50 games that have been downloaded more than 50 million times as one of the largest independent game developers in Australia. A growing team of more than 140 staff with significant experience across mobile and console platforms supports its clients to develop high-quality, successful games whilst driving Mighty Kingdom’s internal IP development.

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