This version of ARK: Survival Evolved Season Pass is exclusive to PS4 and will give us access to all the extra content and DLCs that appear for the famous survival game ARK Survival Evolved, where dinosaurs play an important role. Please note that digital versions of Xbox One products may contain regional blocking so please pay attention before purchasing. First of all it will give us access to the DLC ARK: Scorched Earth - Expansion Pack, which adds more animals and dinosaurs to domesticate, a total of 50 new recipes among weapons and items of all kinds, a new world to explore, new zones and new challenges for all players.
In October 2017, the ARK: Aberration DLC will be launched, where an abandoned ARK with an underground biomass system will allow survivors to face new exotic challenges like never before: extreme solar radiation and environmental hazards, ziplines, wingsuits, climbing gear, cave dwellings, charging batteries and much more, along with a stable of extraordinary new creatures, currently living in the depths of the Earth.
ARK: Survival Evolved is a videogame with tons of possibilities where we'll fall in love with its splendorous aesthetics, its content and its particularly attractive thematic. It's sad, though, that our most important enemy in a world plagued with dinosaurs may be its disastrous optimization.
ARK is fun, for amazing moments, but it has plenty of bugs that often spoil the fun. In its best moments this survival game is a dream for every dinosaurs fan, but it can be very repetitive and boring due to grind-based game mechanics.
Ark: Survival Evolved has a bunch of interesting ideas. But by attempting to be a jack-of-all-trades, it doesn’t really feel like it has mastered any particular element. This doesn’t mean there isn’t fun to be had in the ARK; if you enjoy the brutal survival mechanics on offer here, then you will likely spend many dozens, if not hundreds, of hours in the quite lengthy grind as you conquer the primitive world.
Ark: Survival Evolved is far from being complete, what with its many bugs and a feature bloat that doesn’t always hit the nail on the head. And yet, it’s still an addictive grind that proves that life can find a way.
If you have friends, Ark: Survival Evolved is a fun survival game, with options such as PvP or PvE servers to make every player happy. If you primarily play alone, however, this game will require a heavy set of grinding and repetition, turning off any players hoping to just get a taste of some dinosaur action.
It's incredibly ambitious, but without spending hours upon hours building a safe haven to protect you from the brutality of PvP, the single player feels a bit redundant without anyone to play with.
Ark: Survival Evolved is a half-baked game that still isn’t worth full price.