Funcom announces the postponement imposed on the launch of Conan Chop Chop, the particular roguelike action adventure based on a somewhat Cartoonian version of Conan, now scheduled for 2020.
Funcom has announced that Conan Chop Chop , the particular action game based on a version of Conan decidedly different from its traditional representation, will arrive later than expected, moved to 2020 .
Conan Chop Chop is a roguelike action adventure presented during E3 2019 and based on the official license of the famous barbarian conceived by Robert E. Howard, but interpreted in a somewhat different manner than usual. It is a strong stylization in a cartoonish sense, a sort of comic parody of the adventures of the famous barbarian engaged, with various companions, in exploring setting and fighting hordes of enemies in a funny action adventure shot from above.
Conan Chop Chop did not have a precise release date but his launch window was moved anyway and is now scheduled for first quarter of 2020 . To motivate this move there is the will to work more on the game, in particular by implementing some new features.
Among these is the multiplayer , which will therefore figure among the modes present in the final version of Conan Chop Chop, making the game more complete and profound than it is was seen previously.