Game will only be released in 2023 for Xbox Series X and Series S and PC
during the event Xbox and Bethesda Game ShowcaseO Xbox released a new trailer for the game ark 2. But the big attraction was the presence of the character of Vin Diesel in the game. In the preview released, the warrior played by the star of the Fast and the Furious appears mounted on a giant dinosaur.
From the little information revealed, the Ark sequel had its gameplay improved and was inspired by games like Assassin’s Creed and Breath of the Wild.
The title’s story takes place after the events of Genesis: Part 2, one of the DLCs of the original game released in 2015: Ark – Survival Evolved. The protagonist of the game will be Santiago (Vin Diesel).
Announced at the 2020 Game Awards, the title is being created in Unreal Engine 5. In addition to having the face and voice of the main character, it is important to note that Diesel is also an executive producer of the game.
Description of Ark2: “Survive the past. Tame the future. Suddenly awakened in a primeval world filled with dinosaurs and humans fighting for dominance, you must team up with legendary heroes to face powerful dark forces. Get ready and join the ultimate experience next-gen survival game with ARK 2!”
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As the end of the trailer shows, the game will only be released in 2023 and will be available for Xbox Series X and Series S and PC (Microsoft Windows).
It is also worth remembering that in addition to the new game, a new series called ARK: The Animated Series will be released on the HBO Max platform later this year. The production will have 14 episodes of 30 minutes each.
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