I saw the gameAge of Conan at E3 several years ago before the game was released to the public. It looked really cool. Once it hit market, I never played it because I am not a fan of paying to play games on a monthly basis.
If you like the idea of Age of Conan but feel the same way about paying to play a game each month Funcom has a deal for us. The company is offering to let players play the game for free. The coolest part is that the free trial lasts forever.
You can hop over, download the client, and play the entire Island of Tortage without ever having to get a full paid account. The free trial starts on January 1st. Obviously, Funcom is hoping you decide to upgrade to paid to enjoy the rest of the game after the first island.
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