Looks like the prehistoric world of ARK: Survival Evolved is quite popular on the Xbox One; enough so that new servers were needed to support the whole affair. In the title's first major content update late last week, the developers addressed a few of the issues that have arisen since the title's "work-in-progress" release via Xbox Game Preview, and brought the content of the game up to parity with PC version 231.9.
The full patch details are below:
- 100+ new servers
- Dino rebalancing
- The addition of a primitive cage and stone fireplace items
- Fixed Cave Loading crash/fall-thru Improved performance: better framerate, less stalls
- Fixed crosshair not appearing
- Fixed potential loss of character save data in local mode
- Fixed fur armor colorization
- Improved speed of server listing
- Fixed Taming Dinos losing Inventories/messed-up-Inventories upon reloading single player save game
- Fixed a memory leak that was typically causing crashes around the Volcano area
The update also brought with it the latest ARK creature, the procoptodon.
ARK: Surival Evolved can be picked up for $34.99 via the Xbox Game Preview program, and the developers are aiming for summer 2016 release of the full thing.