Seems like it doesn’t happen as often as it should, but Funcom is providing more content for it’s fans in the form of a new content update. The new update ‘Secrets of the Dragon’s Spine’ will provide a new area to run around in as well as a new dungeon and loot as well. Break out your sword and get ready to jump back into the Age of Conan.

From the press release:

    Funcom is excited to announce the launch of ‘The Secrets of Dragon’s Spine’, the latest content update for ‘Age of Conan: Unchained’. This latest update introduces the brand new area of Dragon’s Spine including the deep and perilous dungeon known as The Sepulcher of the Wyrm. Players may now travel to the mountainous peaks of Dragon’s Spine deep in the Stygian desert to embark on new and challenging high level adventures.
    Be sure to catch the exclusive preview video of the majestic Dragon’s Spine adventure zone, showing the stunning beauty of the dangerous landscape and the perilous depths of the new dungeon.

    The history of Dragon’s Spine goes back thousands of years and contains many hidden secrets. The content and quests the players get to experience in this new adventure zone ties in closely with the original stories of Robert E. Howard. Hurried excavations are underway in Dragon’s Spine to uncover the lost treasures of the ancient culture of the Serpent Men.

    There are also fears that the alluring and corrupting power of the Emerald Lotus may reemerge, and there are rumors of even darker powers dwelling beneath the Dragon’s Spine.

    ‘Age of Conan: Unchained’ is free to play and can be downloaded from The latest update is available to premium players. ‘Age of Conan’ is one of the most critically acclaimed massively multiplayer online games of all time, and following launch in 2008 the game sold over 1.4 million copies worldwide. Over three million people from all over the world have adventured through the virtual rendition of Robert E. Howard’s legendary world, and the game has become increasingly more popular after several major updates and the switch to a free-to-play model last year.