The launch of the final ARK Genesis DLC has been completed today, and while gamers can expect plenty of updates in the future to help fix bugs and other issues, this looks to be the final story instalment.
Things will continue into ARK 2, but ARK Genesis Part 2 looks set to be the last major update for the current game on PS4, Xbox One and PC.
Studio Wildcard has provided some concise patch notes for today’s ARK Survival Evolved expansion, complete with listed changes in other areas.
These latest update notes will appear pretty thin for those who are already exploring Genesis Part 2, but it should be noted that they are mostly focused on changes made outside of the new expansion.
A complete list of ARK patch notes released today by Studio Wildcard can be found below:
Genesis Part 2 is now available! (For unofficial hosts, the map name is Gen2)
Epic Settings bumped up further for improved visuals
Added a “Allow Enanched Max View Distance Mode” checkbox to settings
Added a “Reset Cinematics & Cosmetic Items” button to settings to enable a one-time playing of cinematics/receiving your cosmetics again.
Copy Dino Settings to nearby Dinos adding to Multi Use wheel on Creatures
Multiple Ferox bug fixes in various game modes (dedicated, non-dedicated, and single player)
Fixed an exploit with MEKs
Fixed an exploit with Managarmr
Ferox will now display stats for both of its forms
Enforcer can now climb walls by holding down shift (similar to Bloodstalker)
Cryofridge is now paintable
Player Taxidermies now support hairstyles
TEK Helmet multiuse wheel has been moved on keyboard to R
Training Dummy updated to support equipping armour so more precise DPS can be identified
Multiple holes, meshes, volume, floating folliage fixes across all platforms.
New player whistle “All Passive Flee”
New Server Configurations:
Further highlights from this week’s ARK Genesis DLC release can be found below:
Biome Variants – Some old friends will be making a reappearance in Genesis Part 2 — here’s an early look at our GEN-R variants, which include new versions of many previous expansions’ creatures!
Net Projectile – When a normal bola isn’t doing the job, in comes the net projectile. Using the net projectile with a harpoon, you’ll be able to net larger creatures.
TEK GEAR – Secure your base in Genesis Part 2 with the Remote Camera Security System. Issue commands, view, and communicate all from a remote location. You can even use them to spy-on and communicate with your enemies!
Void Wyrm – The silhouette might read as a wyvern but these mechanical sentries are nothing of the sort. Be careful when you’re out exploring, Voidwyrm does not take well to interlopers!
Jar of Pitch – If you’re going on a siege, you’ll definitely want something that can leave an impact. The Jar of Pitch allows you to do just that by leaving an impact area covered in flames.
Astrodelphis – Curious and inquisitive, the swift Astrodelphis may look like the cetaceans that once swam in Earth’s oceans but this variation had loftier dreams and made an interstellar home amongst the stars, evolving unique traits.
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