PC Hotfix (14.01.2018) - Anti-flooding tools and crash fixes

Posted on January 14th, 2019 10:17 AM EST
Hey folks, we’ve got a hot new hotfix coming at you for the PC version of Conan Exiles! With this update we’re adding in anti-flooding tools to the game’s engine as a counter measure against certain exploits that have been brought to our attention by the community.

Later on we will add a feature that will kick players that send too many commands to the server at the same time.

Please remember that updates can mess with your installed mods. We suggest taking a backup of your current database before updating to any new patch if you have mods installed.

Patch Highlights
  • Added anti-flooding tools to the engine. This will prevent exploits (server flooding) from making the game not work correctly.

Patch Notes

Performance and Stability
  • Fixed a server crash caused by null inventory sent from client. In addition, several other similar issues have been adressed for the ConanCharacter and ConanPlayerController.
  • Fixed a crash caused by editing the guild name without being in a guild
  • Fixed a crash relating to invalid hit-locations
  • Fixed a crash caused by invalid building objects
  • Fixed a server-crash relating to rhinos pushing players away
  • Fixed various other, obscure, server crashes

Exploit Fixes
  • Added anti-flooding tools to the engine. This will prevent exploits (server flooding) from making the game not work correctly.

UI and Text Fixes
  • Fixed an issue where the client Healthbar update could get called on the server

Community Tools

Trello Report Board

We have a public bug tracking board here[trello.com]! You can check this to track the issues that get brought up by the community the most. In the "For prioritization" column you can vote for the issues you would like us to prioritize and we will make sure it gets moved into development asap. You can read the full details on how it works on the forum post here[forums.funcom.com].
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