In a new update Friday, Ark: Survival Evolved added horses, aka the Equus, to its vast menagerie of tameable creatures. The way you tame them is familiar, to say the least. It’s borrowed from Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Or “pays homage to,” if you’re feeling more generous.
Ark: Survival Evolved launches on PlayStation 4 December 6. The PS4 version includes both the base version of Wildcard Studios dino-survival hit and the desert-themed Scorched Earth expansion for $54.99. Hit up the Ark website for more info.
During E3's PC Gaming Show, Studio Wildcard outlined the year ahead for their more-popular-than-Barney (but not nearly as fierce) dinosaur survival game, Ark: Survival Evolved. The craziest addition? A mode that lets you play as dinosaurs.
Ark: Survival of the Fittest will come to PS4 on July 19, developer Studio Wildcard said today. This is an arena survival spinoff of the popular dinosaur game Ark: Survival Evolved. It’s in Early Access on PC right now, and the PS4 version will also launch in beta.
Despite reports that Ark: Survival Evolved runs crappy on Xbox One, the developers have announced it’s getting split-screen support, which is cool! It’s not clear when split-screen will be patched into the game, but hopefully it comes alongside some other performance improvements. More split-screen!
The absurdly popular Xbox One early access game ARK Survival Evolved is supposed to be getting more than a hundred extra servers, according to a press release today. They’re not live yet, as the game’s several hundred servers remain stuffed.
Having somehow avoided playing surprise Early Access hit Ark: Survival Evolved since its Steam release back in June, this weekend I got my first taste of life among the dinosaurs on the Xbox One. It only hurt a little.
The popular Steam Early Access dino game Ark: Survival Evolved is coming to Xbox One on December 16th, using the console’s own early access system, that launched earlier this year.
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