Two weeks after release on PC, Camp Green can already have fun with the dinosaurs, but PlayStation owners will have to wait for now. Cross-play between the three platforms will be guaranteed on release day.
Released at the end of October, Ark: Survival Ascended was both visually stunning and divisive in the community. No wonder Game review on Steam Belongs to the mixed category. Optimization issues and the fact that the game is the same as Survival Evolved in a more modern graphics engine were a disappointment to many, but others are happy with the update, even if it is paid.
According to the latest post from developer Studio Wildcard, they are going full steam ahead. After release A record number of patches have been releasedWe are already working on expansion and development. The Xbox version of the game will launch on November 14 with dedicated servers, but of course cross-play functionality will be available immediately. In terms of content, the console version will theoretically be completely identical to the PC version.
However, there will be those who will miss out on the fun, at least for a while. The game’s launch date on PlayStation 5 has not yet been determined. According to the developers’ hopes, they will be able to launch the game on Sony’s console at the end of the month, and cross-play will also be available here from day one, so (hopefully) all three camps will be able to play together without hassle.
the Developer note Accordingly, many content updates will come to the game, for example, this weekend we will get additional experience points and a breeding bonus. This is likely an attempt to compensate players for the Exralife fundraising event that was postponed from November 4 to December 2.