Songs of Conquest Sells 500,000 Copies, Announces New Roadmap

May 27, 2024 by No Comments

Songs of Conquest finally left Early Access on May 20 after two years, and with it came instant success for developer LavaPotion. The studio announced that Songs of Conquest sold 500,000 copies in its first week, while also revealing a new roadmap for the game.

“Thanks to everyone who played our game and supported us through Early Access in 1.0,” Lava Potion said. “Today we’re announcing a huge milestone, and a very bright future for the game!”

With the new Songs of Conquest roadmap, LavaPotion is committed to new content for the game by 2025, including four new wielders and four new campaigns as paid DLC for current factions, and two new factions with a new song (the big campaign). ) two new factions are called Vonir (trolls) and Roots (plants).

“Bleak East is located in the northeastern part of Patrium and is home to descendants from both Arlian and Barya,” the studio said of the new campaign expansion. “Bleak are hardy settlers on the East Coast now living their lives without their former owners. But they’re not alone, and we can’t wait to share their song with you.

They added: “The two new factions will be introduced through a new song, a larger single-player campaign that tells the story of how they came to be and how they affect the larger world of Aerbor.”

A window is also confirmed for the game console release in Fall 2025 on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S.

Finally, free updates for the game include new units, artifacts, and improvements to the game’s multiplayer from a PvP and co-op perspective.

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