ARK: Survival Evolved Articles
Fans of flying dinos will be happy to hear that Quetzalcoatlus has soared into ARK: Survival Evolved. Quetz can carry supplies across vast distances. To celebrate the announcement of the new denizen in the bestiary, you can check out the trailer below.
ARK: Survival Evolved has expanded with two brand new biomes for players to survive and thrive in. Included in the swamp and snow regions are new creatures and materials suited to the harsh conditions each represents. In addition, existing creatures better suited to each area have been moved for more appropriate placement in the game.
The Ark: Survival Evolved team has announced the final Survival of the Fittest tournament event to take place in 2015, called The Last Stand. Preliminary events will kick off on September 24th and culminate in a no-holds barred battle to the finish on October 24th. Teams will be competing for over $60k in prizes.
Wild Pachycephalosaurus is a bit of a conundrum. It is a very passive (even friendly) herbivore, common to much of the Island. At the same time, it is one of the most dangerous herbivores that you could encounter. The rather svelte Pachy is fairly nimble creature and easy-to-tame herbivore, with a singularly exceptional ability: it can execute a charge attack that rapidly builds speed, and the harder it hits anything with its bone-plated spiked skull, the more torpor-inducing damage it cause
In the latest trailer released by the ARK: Survival Evolved team, it is revealed that Pachycephalosaurus has joined in the fray and will be bringing hard-headed battles to unwary players. Check out the video to see more of "Pachy" in action.
ARK: Survival Evolved is one of the few survival games I can get behind. I think it’s because the game ditched the zombie thing, which let’s face it, is a bit overdone. Zombies have invaded pop culture to the point of over saturation being on TV, movies, books, games, and occasionally real life if you feel like visiting a state that has “legalized it”. ARK was right to go with dinosaurs, because it has been a smash hit.
Fans of ARK: Survival Evolved will want to tune into the game's Twitch.tv channel at 2:00 pm Eastern / 11:00 am Pacific today to check out the finals of the Survival of the Fittest Unnatural Selection Tournament that will see winners sharing in $40,000 worth of prizes.
Sitting on the fence about ARK: Survival Evolved? Then get ready to take off to a remote and dinosaur infested world from today, Thursday, August 27th through Sunday, August 30th during ARK's free Steam weekend.
Alienware has partnered with the ARK: Survival Evolved team to entice players into the modding tool with the announcement of a $25,000 contest. The prizes are awarded in the form of new desktop PCs, the first prize one valued at $15,000.
Ever since I watched The Hunger Games I've been in love. No, not with Jennifer Lawrence's portrayal of hero Katniss Everdeen (though she was pretty cool), but rather with the idea The Hunger Games was built upon. Yesterday, I was able to finally have a part of that dream realized, and I cannot stop thinking about it. The developers of Ark: Survival Evolved rounded up a bunch of writers and YouTube personalities and threw us into our own Battle Royale, and it was incredible.
This Saturday will mark a seminal point in the competitive PvP portion of Ark: Survival Evolved with the arrival of the Survival of the Fittest battle for $20,000 in a no-holds barred deathmatch. The team will be broadcasting the event live this Saturday at 12:00 pm Pacific / 3:00 pm Eastern.
On August 1st, 35 teams will be thrown into a single arena for a "Hunger Games" last-tribe-standing PvP deathmatch. The winning tribe will take home $20,000 and other prizes. The event will be streamed live via Twitch. Viewers won't be idle either and will be voting on "world-altering sequences" to take place every half hour that can change the face of battle.
In today's Gut Reaction, Bill talks about ARK: Survival Evolved and its amazing 1 million sales in early access on Steam. Grats to those guys! Plus, a little meandering around the touchy issue that is Derek Smart v. Chris Roberts.