Ark: Survival Evolved hits a new simultaneous peak 7 years after launch

Ark: Survival Evolved hits a new simultaneous peak 7 years after launch

Ark: Survival Evolved has reached a new record high for concurrent players on Steam, at the time of writing, over 224,000 people have jumped into the survival sim. This is thanks to the fact that Ark: Survival Evolved is currently free; you can still claim it at Vapor between now and June 19, resulting in its viewership more than quadrupling according to steam graphics and the game studio.

Ark has typically enjoyed a healthy concurrent count of around 50,000 people on average since it launched seven years ago. As for Ark 2, the sequel is also coming to Xbox Game Pass on day one next year, and the most recent trailer for the game during the Xbox and Bethesda Showcase featured Vin Diesel talking about the importance of family and dinosaur pets.

Diesel plays the lead character, Santiago, in Ark 2 alongside Disney’s Moana star Auli’i Cravalho as his daughter, Meeka. Ark 2 will feature dynamic world events, component-based item creation for weapons and tools, and cross-platform user-created mods for new creatures and items when it launches.

Beyond that, you can also expect to see an Ark: The Animated Series show that has been made to look like a Saturday morning cartoon.

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