New details about the upcoming Ark 2 were revealed as part of Xbox and Bethesda during the Summer Game Fest, which announced the game would be postponed to 2023.
During Summer Game Fest 2022’s Xbox and Bethesda events, fans finally got a new look at the upcoming Ark 2 with a new cinematic trailer, along with news that the highly anticipated game will be postponed between 2022 and 2023. Ark 2 was first revealed back in December 2020 with an impressive trailer showcasing the game’s stunning environments, threats, and all-star cast.
Ark: Survival Evolved was released in 2015 and saw players fight to survive on an island rife with prehistoric threats. The challenge of confronting the disparity of power in an action-adventure game that’s fast becoming one of the most memorable dinosaur-focused titles to date, Ark: Survival Evolved has received spin games. -off as 2018 VR Ark Park and sandbox survival game – PixARK. Many fans had hoped for a new installment in the series, and Ark 2’s reveal certainly left a positive impression with its next-generation graphics. While the road to Ark 2 is still long, developer Studio Wildcard introduced fans to the new series when Ark: Ultimate Survival Edition entered the Xbox Game Pass earlier this year.
Revealed during the Summer Game Fest Xbox and Bethesda showcase (via the Xbox YouTube Channel), fans got a new look at some of the action in the new Ark 2 video. While the trailer doesn’t offer any gameplay, it does provide a stunning cinematic look at the world of Ark 2, as well as another look at the characters who will be in the action. Unfortunately, it was also revealed at the end of the trailer that Ark 2’s first 2022 release date has been postponed to 2023, with no further details available at this time.
The original trailer, which focused on Vin Diesel’s character Santiago, the developer later revealed that the project had switched to Unreal Engine 5. This was certainly mentioned in the Summer Game Fest trailer, with light Lights, shadows, textures are improved and the overall crutch levels. Ark 2 will be an Xbox exclusive, which will be available on Series X/S at launch, though it will also come to PC. Judging from the technical prowess seen in the new trailer, it seems likely that skipping the previous-gen Xbox One will only benefit the game.
Perhaps one of the more exciting revelations about the Xbox-focused show, Ark 2 certainly doesn’t look to disappoint, with fans across social media sharing their praise. their for the upcoming game. While players will have to wait a bit longer to enjoy the game, it looks like the wait might be worth it for Ark 2 fans.
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