Speaking at a GDC presentation yesterday, Funcom's Gaute Godager told videogaming247 that the 360 version of Age of Conan: Hyborian adventures will be available "around 12 months" after the PC release.

PC Age of Conan is scheduled to hit the shops on May 20th of this year.

Godager also said he believed the game's combo-based combat system was "ideal" for the console, and that the 360 version would include more content than its PC brother.

Sharp-eyed videogaming247 notes that the game is looking "markedly more accomplished" than it was at previous showings - an encouraging sign, with release just a few months away.

Look out for a detailed preview of Age of Conan when our MMO channel launches soon.

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