Upcoming Ark Survival Evolved Patch Xbox One Increases Framerate; New Extinction Event & More

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Posted Mar 30, 2016
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An upcoming Ark Survival Evolved patch for the Xbox One will increase the game’s framerate by approximately 10%. Furthermore, the update will add the new ‘extinction’ event, and will bring the Xbox version on par with the PC content up to version V238.

Ark Survival Evolved Patch

The upcoming v733.0 patch is expected to be released on April 7th. Check out the patch notes down below. Please note that there are more notes to come.

Upcoming Version v733.0, ETA: April 7

All PC Content & Fixes Through PC v238 (such as “New Cave-Dungeons: Snow and Swamp. New Creatures: Woolly Rhino, Eurypterid, & Dunkleosteus. Breeding Mechanics Phase 2″ etc)

New “Extinction Event” Servers which reset after each month, with an in-game countdown!

Improved game framerate by approximately 10% (rendering & cpu)

Fixed Bug: Focus is now NOT on the Leave Tribe button when opening the Tribe Menu, also added a Leave Tribe confirmation dialog.

If you get stuck underground, you now teleport back above ground.

Mammoth colorization fixed

Timer values that were resetting to 0 on “Reset Options” now reset to their correct value

Server administrators can now specify a list of administrator users to have access to the full set of administrator (console) commands, as on PC. Singleplayer/Non-Dedicated hosts always have this option. If you have administrator access, all PC console commands can now be inputted at the Pause Menu.

Server Options now have edit boxes for inputting direct arbritrary values.

Spyglass now works properly in splitscreen.

[MORE NOTES TO COME]

Ark: Survival Evolved is an open-world dinosaur adventure title, developed by Studio Wildcard. In the game, players fight for every breath amongst the most ferocious creatures to ever walk the earth.

ARK: Survival Evolved Launches on Playstation 4 With Exclusive Content

“ARK taps into the scale, size, and wildly unpredictable nature of the dinosaur eras like no other game before it, then pairs it with the wonders of exploration and technological discovery,” said Jesse Rapczak, co-founder and co-creative director, back in 2015. “We’re particularly excited to bring ARK to consoles, as open-world survival gameplay is typically found solely in PC games.”

The title became available via early-access for PC and Xbox One last year, while PS4 players will be able to play the survival game later this year. The ‘final’ game is expected to be released by June.

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