You know that there is a post that states something very clearly and definitely:
Conan Exiles has over a thousand official servers, divided between three platforms (PC, Xbox, PlayStation) and several regions. These servers come as a free service to all our players who want to participate in the online experience of the game and do not feel like delving into the intricacies of joining a private server or hosting one of their own. This comes with the caveat of us not being able to monitor every server all the time, nor have any active admins or Gamemasters.
It is inevitable that, at some point, tensions arise and some players opt for unfair ways to tip a server’s balance or find ways to limit the access and enjoyment for other people. We would love if this wouldn’t happen, but in certain situations it is necessary for us to intervene in order to guarantee a certain level of stability, fair play and enjoyment for the majority of players.
We reserve the right to modify these rules in any way we deem necessary and at any moment, including the reasons, offenses and restrictions, as well as their duration, at our own discretion. We will try to communicate any major changes in a way we deem efficient to inform the majority of players.
Conan Exiles does not offer MMO-Like in-game support, and as such we won’t be able to refund or return any loss of materials, inventories or any kind of in-game property caused by admin intervention, infractions or other losses caused by gameplay.
As a player on our official servers, you’re responsible for having read and accepted these rules, as well as facilitating awareness of them to any other players. Ignorance of these rules will not exempt you, your clan or your account from receiving disciplinary action.
That might be a disclaimer, but that has implications:
Official servers are not “MMORPG realms”, they are not paid for by players, they are not a service, they are courtesy for people to experience online playing, but the aim of the devs is people playing solo, co-op or in private servers, and after all that, in Official Servers.
If there would be rules, maintenance of content, protection of “rights” and “freedoms”, people would be required to work on them, monitoring and keep would be required, and that would require people to be paid for that reason alone.
That is why you pay for it in WoW by subscriptions, or in GW2 by buying stuff in the store and the fact that you cant actually enjoy GW2 if you never buy anything from the store as much as those who buy do.
That is the end of all the complaining about how Official servers are, how no one is GMing them, and etc …
That is what means DISCLAIMER, is the removal of claims. You cant claim that the publisher has responsibility if they objectively and clearly state they DISCLAIM it.
That being said, they actually do much more about things than having no obligation would imply.