Ark: Survival Evolved has just received a new update on Xbox One, which comes with several new bits of content to get excited about.Perhaps the biggest thing that it brings to the table is an improved frame rate, which is something that fans have been requesting for a while now.
The cinematic action-adventure that forced Lara Croft to grow from an inexperienced young woman into a hardened survivor has been re-built for next-gen consoles, featuring an obsessively detailed Lara and a stunningly lifelike world.To survive her first adventure and uncover the island’s deadly secret, Lara must endure high-octane combat, customize her weapons and gear, and overcome grueling environments.
You would have a game like the indie title Jalopy; which will be available for early access on April 22nd.Gameskinny: Jalopy's story and setting are pretty unique in modern gaming.
Gather your tribe, train your favorite dinos, and get ready for Survival of the Fittest, coming July 19th to the PS4
It's been a month since ARK: Survival of the Fittest was released on the PC, and the user base is already pretty massive.On July 19th, PlayStation 4 owners will finally have the chance to find their tribes and fight some dinosaurs.
I got a chance to sit down with Tomer Barkan, the developer behind the new colony simulator set in the Apocalypse.You can understand a lot about a game's goal and direction if you discover its source of inspiration.
This version of the game is available on PC and Xbox One, though it looks like there are some problems when it comes to bringing it to PlayStation 4.Here’s what developer Studio Wildcard had to say about the PlayStation 4 release of the game:
“As for the PS4 Release of ARK: Survival Evolved, it is currently up to Sony.