ARK: Survival Evolved is a 2017 action-adventure survival video game by Wildcard Properties and Studio Wildcard, developed by Virtual Basement LLC, Wildcard Properties, Studio Wildcard, Instinct Games and Efecto Studios.
PlayStation on Wednesday, March 06, 2019 released the trailer:
ARK: Survival Evolved - Homestead Update Available Now! | PS4.
Ark: Survival Evolved is an action-adventure survival game set in an open world environment with a dynamic day-night cycle and played either from a third-person or first-person perspective. To survive, players must establish a base, with a fire and weapons; additional activities, such as taming and feeding dinosaurs, require more resources. The game's world, known as the "Ark", is approximately in size: there is approximately of land with of ocean.
There are currently 176 creatures that populate the world of Ark. In the early versions of the game, nearly all creatures were real dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures, however, as the storyline progressed, mythical creatures such as the wyvern, manticore, and phoenix were added. As expansions were released, completely original creatures, such as the Karkinos and the Velonasaur also made their way into the game as well as original robotic creatures such as the Enforcer and Scout.
One of the primary game mechanics of the game is taming creatures. The majority of creatures can be tamed by the player, though some, such as Meganeura or Titanomyrma, cannot. The taming method varies creature by creature. Most creatures are "violent" tames, meaning the players must knock the creature out using tranquillizing projectiles like tranq darts or by using blunt weapons, such as a club. Oftentimes players will need to keep the dinosaur sedated for the duration of the tame. Some dinosaurs take longer than others to tame, therefore require more narcotics. Players are able to use narcoberries, or craft narcotics from narcoberries and spoiled meat. Once knocked out, the player must feed the creature their preferred food, such as berries for herbivores or raw meat for carnivores. Different foods help tame animals at varying speeds. Most creatures tame most effectively - and quickest - with a food called Kibble, which is an item crafted using eggs from another creature. Some creatures can also be tamed passively, by approaching them and carefully giving them food. Once a creature is tamed, it will follow the commands of the player who tamed them. As well, most creatures can be ridden, and therefore allow the player to utilize the creature's abilities, such as flight or fast underwater movement. When riding atop certain creatures, players may still be able to use weapons. They can also be used to carry items, and players can issue offensive and defensive commands to them; for example, a pack of Utahraptors can be assigned to defend the base, or a group of Triceratops can be ordered to attack an enemy's base. Some of the larger creatures, such as a Brontosaurus or Mosasaurus, can have a building platform placed on their back, giving players a mobile, though small, base. The game also features various other animals, such as the dodo, saber-toothed tiger, woolly mammoth, Meganeura, Titanomyrma, and Doedicurus. Every creature in the game has living ecosystems and predator hierarchies.
ARK: Survival Evolved was scheduled to be released on June 12, 2017, on August 27, 2017, on August 29, 2017, on December 19, 2017, on June 14, 2018 and on November 30, 2018 by Studio Wildcard and Wildcard Properties.
It is a multiplayer, single-player and cooperative gameplay video game.
The game is made with Unreal Engine 4 engine.
This video game is available for the following platforms: Linux, Microsoft Windows, macOS, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Android, iOS and Nintendo Switch.
The game ARK: Survival Evolved is rated with T rating and PEGI 16 rating.
More information about ARK: Survival Evolved you can get at:
Official website: playark.com
Wikipedia: Ark: Survival Evolved