Ark: Survival Evolved sees players face everything from the extinct Dodo to Trex’s as they build tribes and try to uncover the mysteries of the ARK. While riding a Trex is kinda cool, and building a mobile fortress on a plesiosaur is even cooler, we did wonder what would happen around easter time on the island. Have no fear because the game has now been updated to include bunnies.
What would easter be without eggs? You can now collect these bunny eggs and turn them into some interesting decorative items, such as bunny ears. If that wasn’t enough you can turn your Procoptodon into a giant bunny, eggs hidden its pouch and all. The giant eggs can also be painted to add a decorative flair to your base.
If you were getting bored of the Trex then be warned, as the ferocious Bunny-Dodorex will be roaming the ARK this week, which may force you to explore the new areas that have also been included in this patch. Felt safe in the snowy mountains or swampy regions? Then why not try exploring the caves that will now appear in those areas, featuring high-end loot, artifacts and even more information about the origins of the ARK.
With the swamp cave looking like we are about to get attacked by Aliens and the snow caves containing angry Yeti’s you may want to come ready to run the next time you brave the ARK.
Far Cry has seen players jump from the peaks of the Himalayas to driving through jungle islands and deserts. You’ve fought off pirates, mercenaries and even cyborgs, all the while searching for and finding your path through the modern-day (or even a cybernetic world based around the 1980’s TV everyone’s grown to love). So where could they throw you next? How about the Stone Age?
Far Cry Primal will once again see you play a survivor, named Takkar, as he recovers from an ambush on his hunting group. Not only will Primal see the return of a crafting system utilising everything from wild resources and bones and including a new feature.
Much like those in the Ice Age you will be responsible for protecting your tribe as you search to defend fierce predators and even rival tribes. The game looks to carry on the tradition of taking the last game and stepping everything up.
With a clear step on the graphics and a whole twist on how you will have to play to survive a savage environment and even more savage company. Personally I’m looking forward to the game, a mix between Turok and Far Cry, how about yourselves? What was the last Far Cry game you played? What was the last game set back in the stone age you played?
I’m personally a big fan and user of Roccat products when it comes to working and gaming, so I was super excited to get hands on with their latest flagship keyboard and re-designed headset, as well as getting to talk to their team on how they created the products, who were more than happy to walk us through all the technical aspects.
The Ryos is a mechanical keyboard and is similar in design to the Isku and Isku FX, featuring a choice of four mechanical switchs, some incredibly customisable lighting effects, macro settings and functions that Roccat have become well known for, all massively improved over their previous systems used on the ISKU and backed up with a huge 2MB internal memory as well as giving you access to the SDK to create truly custom effects and functions.
The Cave headset is a big product for Roccat, but it’s getting a little old now, so Roccat have been hard at work improving it with a lighter design, better fit, USB connection, mobile connectivity and more.
We’ve got a couple of videos coming that will walk you through the finer details and features of each so keep and eye on our YouTube page, Facebook or check back on this page over the next couple of days for more information.
Stay tuned for even more coverage of Gamescom over the next few days.