Conan Exiles Update 1.93 Patch Notes – Exploit Free

Conan Exiles update 1.93 has arrived, and here are all the changes and improvements mentioned in the patch notes. Some exploit was going around, giving players an unfair advantage with resources and such. Well, guess what? Countermeasures have been taken to squash that exploit, and it shouldn’t work anymore. That’s not all there is to this update. There have been crash fixes, enhancements to the game client, a whole bunch of bug fixes, and some UI improvements. Take a look at the full list of patch notes for Conan Exiles update 1.93:

Conan Exiles Update 1.93 Patch Notes

Conan Exiles Update 1.93 Patch Notes

  • Fixed a crash related to editing a clan emblem
  • Logging for DWLogString is now available in shipping config builds
  • Added optimization for dedicated servers
  • Added a memory optimization for Xbox to reduce Out-Of-Memory crashes
  • Fixed an exploit regarding resources.
  • Golden Derketo Cat’s heroic treasure now looks the correct size at all levels of detail
  • Gilded Harp and Gilded Jade Warhorn treasure can now be stolen
  • All coin piles can now be stolen
  • Coin piles now require a flat surface, and thus can no longer be stacked on top of each other
  • Turanian and Aesir half stairs have been updated to connect correctly with other building pieces
  • Turanian, Aesir, and Stormglass half stairs have had their icons corrected for left and right variants
  • Sorcerer Skull can now be placed
  • Followers no longer suddenly decay/disappear upon updating the save game to Age of War
  • Grey Rhinos now have increased health, and the baseline health modifier for pets in general was raised from 1.2 to 1.6 giving all pets a slight increase in health
  • Hecker the Henpecked Blacksmith is back where he belongs
  • The “Claim heroic treasure” challenge is now completed properly also when placed close to the coffer’s maximum radius
  • Shaman Warpaint no longer glows in the dark
  • Resetting key binding on a controller no longer works only once per session
  • The “Select” action prompt on the menu screens will no longer change based on an unrelated controller setting
  • Rebinding or resetting a controller option will no longer move the field selection afterward
  • Fixed an issue causing some text to sometimes flicker on the controller rebinding screen
  • The “Toggle Emotes Menu” controller rebind option is now under the “Menus” category
  • Stygian and Vanir Shields are now crafted at the Armorer’s Benches like other shields
  • Prying Kit no longer reduces a weapon’s durability when used to remove the effect of a Weapon Damage Kit
  • Prying Kit no longer removes oils
  • Blackheart Blade and Blackheart Hammer are no longer erroneously marked as “Legendary”, and also now have the correct border
  • Repairing Grindstone will no longer reset timers for equipment that have oils applied
  • The Heartpiercer bow now correctly works as a demonic bow; it does not run out of arrows, but it has a predetermined longevity of an hour
  • Ymir’s Targe and Scorpion Ward shields now provide Cold Resistance
  • Fixed an issue where Katana special attacks would use up too much stamina if performed after the first light or heavy attack
  • Tweaked Ancient Pike to correct values, as it is not an Epic weapon
  • Blunted Javelin now does 1 health damage, as intended
  • Voidforge Arrow no longer has a legendary descriptor

UI And Text Fixes

  • Updated images for the Lost Dungeon building set
  • Abyssal armor and weapons now display a durability meter instead of perish timer
  • Treasure names are now properly localized in the coffer’s treasure value list
  • Heroic Treasure names now properly show localized names after being dropped
  • Elixir buffs now show the same icons as the Elixir to differentiate between them
  • Hardened Steel Great Axe now has an icon

Conan Exiles update 1.93 is available on PlayStation 4, Xbox Series S|X, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC. For more information on future updates and patch notes, head to the Conan Exiles Official Website.

Oh, and by the way, if you’re into realistic battle simulators, you might want to check out Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord. It’s a stupidly realistic game, and if you’re interested, we even have an article about the beta update 1.2.0 patch notes.

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