Conan Exiles: Debaucheries of Derketo
In the fictional prehistoric world of Conan Exiles, the player chooses which deity they want to associate with. Dare you choose the malevolent snake lord Set or perhaps side with the friendlier god of cannibalism? It was a different time. Derketo is a part of the Conan pantheon meant to counterbalance violence with love. Certainly, in comparison to modern perceptions of love, Derketo’s interpretation is far more vulgar than romantic.
Debaucheries of Derketo seeks to add content befitting the titular deity, pun intended, to the barbaric world of Conan Exiles. The DLC only adds items to the game. Therefore, little Johnny will still get to keep his innocence.
This pack is themed entirely around the goddess. Suitably, this content pack adds exotic and revealing armors. This includes the unnecessarily tight Artisan’s pants and the Bejeweled armor set, to name a couple. The Innkeeper top and bottoms adds what actually looks like normal, modern clothes. Armors are for more roleplaying-focused players and the hardcore and casual builders out there will get new construction pieces.
These new pieces are absolute game-changers with the introduction of treehouse materials. Get away from hyenas and cannibals by building the ultimate tree fortress like a Wookie from Star Wars. Rope bridges and wooden platforms await the jungle-dwelling caveman. For cave gentleman, there exist illustrious canopied beds and enough silk to put the BC era Silk Road to shame.
DoD Release Date
Unfortunately, the devs only said that the DLC will come out sometime soon in October. There’s no specific release date, as of yet. Spooktober isn’t the season of love, but that’s not stopping Derketo. The upcoming DLC will be $9.99, available anywhere you can play the game. Look forward to a treat, not a trick, this month with Debaucheries of Derketo!
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