Ark: Genesis, the upcoming first chapter of Ark’s upcoming expansion, gets delayed to February for more polishing and balancing.
Ark: Genesis promises a lot of exciting new content
Ark: Survival Evolved has moved way past dinosaurs at this point. It used to be this survival game where you could ride a T-Rex. Now we have Ark: Genesis that’s bringing space whales, giant turtles on which you can build bases, terrifyingly huge underwater beasts, a fully voiced AI companion that gives you story beats, new biomes, and more. Do you miss the simple days of just having to train dinosaurs? Well you shouldn’t as now we have the option of building a freaking base on a freaking huge turtle. Does any other survival game let you experience that level of insanity? I don’t think so.
Another delay in 2020
However, I am not here to speak about how crazy this upcoming expansion is. Quite the opposite actually. Ark: Genesis is getting delayed. That’s right. We won’t be exploring the expanded ocean or the lava regions or the low-gravity lunar biome when we were supposed to.
Jesse and Jeremy here! We know things have been a bit quiet on Genesis news for the past few weeks, even though there is much more to show you, we’ve been deeply immersed in the pre-release development process. That being said, we’re writing today to tell you that the final release date for Genesis Part 1 is now February 25th, 2020 simultaneously on all platforms.
Of course, the reason why is polishing and balancing. Because what else could it be?
But, we won’t have to wait that long before Ark: Genesis arrives. On that note, if you want to try Ark or buy its Season Pass, both are available on HRK Game for a greatly discounted price! No other survival title gives you the option of riding dinosaurs. It’s really fun. But you need to grind a lot for it so there’s that.