Apr 10, 2017 11:19 AM EDT
Players were able to witness an "Ark: Survival Evolved" game update last week. However, what was supposedly a thrilling update turned into negative feedbacks leading to the launch of the v256.3 patch to solve the issues.
While the "Ark: Survival Evolved" v256 went online last week, developers were anticipating that gamers could appreciate the foremost rebalancing changes to flying Dinos. But, the response of players was so bad that it seeks for another patch to fix the issues with its v256.3 patch.
The previous "Ark: Survival Evolved" game update resulted to the nerfing of some gamer's functionality. In order to find a solution to the issues brought by the previous game update, v256.3 patch brought a few tweaks especially focused on most important adjustments made. With the newest patch, gamers revel in fitness, weight, and stamina of airborne animals, making them more active than they had been before the previous patch reported Game Sinners.
Apart from the said modifications cited above, there had been additionally brilliant UI tweaks that came alongside the "Ark: Survival Evolved" update v256.3. Some of the improvements made involved gadgets in the crafting queue not having right-click options close upon completion.
According to the Enterprise Daily, the "Ark: Survival Evolved" updated with important game effect involves the visibility of oxygen swim velocity multiplier. They are now made to be had inside the Primitive, Primitive+ and NoTame server sorts. Aside from the said changes, a 0.2s cooldown has additionally been given to meat consumption, along with the capacity to paint the game's vaults.
It was revealed that on the "Ark: Survival Evolved" preliminary release through Steam Early Access, game enthusiasts had been capable of experiencing a unique open international action-adventure survival game. With its developing popularity and interest among gamers of diverse systems, the game is scheduled for launch this year for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows, OS X, and Linux platforms.
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