Songs of Conquest Hits 500,000 Sales in First Week with Exciting Roadmap Ahead
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Songs of Conquest Hits 500,000 Sales in First Week with Exciting Roadmap Ahead

Nathan Lees
Nathan Lees

If you're a fan of strategy games, you've probably heard of Songs of Conquest. Lavapotion, the developer behind this fantasy turn-based strategy game, recently celebrated its official release after two years in early access. The response has been overwhelming, with over 500,000 copies sold in the first week alone.


Lavapotion has big plans for the future of Songs of Conquest. The newly unveiled roadmap promises exciting new content until 2025, including additional Wielders, campaigns, and even new factions. Players can look forward to the introduction of Vonir (trolls) and Roots (plants) as playable factions, each with their own unique stories to explore.

Songs of Conquest Roadmap

The expansion titled "The Bleak East" will take players to a new region filled with intrigue and challenges. This campaign will delve into the lives of settlers who have broken free from their former masters, offering a fresh perspective on the world of Aerbor.

For console gamers, the wait is almost over. Songs of Conquest is set to release on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S in Fall 2025, bringing the epic strategy experience to a whole new audience.

But that's not all. Lavapotion has also promised regular free updates for the game, introducing new units, artifacts, and improvements to multiplayer modes. Whether you prefer PvP battles or cooperative play, there's something for everyone in the world of Songs of Conquest.

If you haven't had a chance to dive into Songs of Conquest yet, now is the perfect time to join the adventure. With a bright future ahead and a wealth of new content on the horizon, Lavapotion is poised to take the strategy gaming world by storm.


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