ARK: Survival Evolved – A New Breed Is Coming

Time to hunt, tame and ride dinosaurs

Independent developer ‘Studio Wildcard’ has pulled back the curtains on their Jurassic creation with the announcement of ARK: Survival Evolved, an open-world dinosaur survival game where players fight for every breath among the most ferocious creatures to ever walk the earth.

Players awake in a confused state, naked and starving on the beach of a mysterious island among a herd of other confused humans. On ARK, you must hunt, harvest, craft, research technology and build shelters to protect yourself against scorching days, freezing nights, volatile weather systems, dangerous wildlife and potential enemies. Powered by Unreal Engine 4, ARK: Survival Evolved takes on the survival genre with a unique blend of emergent multiplayer cooperation and competition.

Use cunning strategy and tactics to tame and ride the variety of dinosaurs and other primeval creatures roaming the dynamic, persistent ecosystems across land, sea, air and even underground. Build your strengths and gain items, skills and loyal creatures using in depth role play system. Start tribes with hundreds of other players to survive and dominate competing tribes… ultimately discovering the true purpose of ARK.


ARK: Survival Evolved will launch in early 2016 on Xbox One via the ID@Xbox program, including Oculus Rift VR support. The world of ARK is designed to be player-oriented and ever-expanding, check out the trailer below for this Jurassic adventure so far:


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Chris 'whyayemincepie' Nash

Gamer dad to three kids, we all act the same age and wouldn't have it any other way. Also managed to get myself the most amazing wife that loves gaming too, plus she puts up with me and my funny charms.

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