Xbox One version Ark: Survival Evolved gets split screen mode

Feb

14

2016

The Xbox One version of multiplayer survival game Ark: Survival Evolved will get a split-screen mode allowing two players in co-op play on a non-dedicated server or in offline mode. Besides improved performance.

The update for the game by Jat community manager explained put on the official community website for the game. The split functionality is temporarily exclusive to Xbox One and should eventually also come to Windows, Linux and OSX versions of the game, writes GameSpot. The performance improvements have led to a frame rate which is on average about 15 percent higher than before, according to the developers. Also, a memory poem and the maximum tether range on non-dedicated servers increased by 33 percent, which means that players can wander farther apart.

Besides the addition of split and improvements in performance, Ark also has some content came with. For example, the Xbox One version now beer, greenhouses, riot armor, an electric baton and three new dinosaurs richer. This makes the content from the Xbox One version aligned with PC version 234. Furthermore corrected several bugs. At the moment the game in Early Access on Steam and is also on the Xbox One version for a preview. The full version of Ark: Survival Evolved has a release in the planning are in June. The game should be released on the above platforms and the PlayStation 4.

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