ARK: Survival Evolved finally has a launch date for PS4 and Xbox One, and it's June 2016.

ARK: Survival Evolved Hits PS4 and Xbox One June 2016

ARK: Survival Evolved finally has a launch date for PS4 and Xbox One, and it's June 2016.

The popular survival-adventure multiplayer game, ARK: Survival Evolved is heading to the next-gen consoles, PS4 and Xbox One in June 2016; exactly one year from its debut on Steam Early Access.

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Along with this awesome expansion, it will also have compatibility with Project Morpheus that is being developed by Sony. It isn’t a huge surprise on the VR compatibility as ARK: Survival Evolved is already playable on the Oculus Rift.

Expanding to Consoles is Genius

It’s fantastic that ARK: Survival Evolved is expanding to the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, showing how popular a Steam Early Access Game can truly be. Since it’s Early Access release this past June, the popularity for ARK: Survival Evolved has developed greatly where the developers are able to offer mod competitions, exploit rewards, and even develop a Hunger Games themed game mode called Survival of the FittestWhat makes ARK so popular?

There are so many contributing factors that make ARK: Survival Evolved so compelling, and one of them is dinosaurs. From crafting items, building lodgings, and taming dinosaurs; it brings all the best parts of Jurassic Park and Jurassic World to life.

Plus, what kid didn’t want to have a pet dinosaur?For more information concerning the mod contest and Survival of the Fittest, refer to the article “Ark: Survival Evolved mod contest and Survival of the Fittest game mode”.

Anyone making plans to purchase the console edition of ARK: Survival Evolved? Why do you think the game is so popular?

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