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FUNCOM RELEASES AGE OF CONAN MEDIA
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[ November 21st 2006 ]

Funcom has rolled out a new collection of conceptual artwork and a spanking new nVidia trailer showcasing polygon-rich action from Age of Conan. Age of Conan: Hyborian Adventures is an Online Action RPG with a deep, story-driven single-player experience and a massive and brutal multiplayer end-game bringing forth the ultimate representation of the Age of Conan.

Funcom recently announced the signing of a co-publishing agreement with SCi/Eidos for Age of Conan, the highly anticipated Massively Multiplayer Online Game (MMO). Under the terms of the agreement, SCi/Eidos is to publish the boxed product of Age of Conan while Funcom retains digital distribution rights.

Funcom will also partner with NVIDIA, a world leading manufacturer of graphics chipsets. The two companies have entered a strategic partnership in order to further improve the visual quality in Age of Conan, the most technologically advanced massively multiplayer online (MMO) game in development.

Engineers from the two companies are already working closely together to achieve this ambitious goal, while preparing the game for DX10, Microsoft Windows Vista and the impressive new NVIDIA GeForce 8800 range of graphic cards. Follow the fetching orange hyperlink above to teleport to new media.

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