Ark 2 release date revealed in Vin Diesel-Heavy’s first trailer

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Vin Diesel in Ark 2

If you played Ark: survival evolved Since the single / multiplayer game started in 2017, you probably knew what was going on in the first trailer for the PC title sequel. The rest of us are catching up. Fortunately, we have some time for that!

ARK II aims to continue the survival-oriented action-adventure game in which players try to live and thrive in a dangerous world full of dinosaurs, natural disasters, and even fellow humans to fight every step. The leadership in the new game will be nothing more than Fast and Furious and Riddick Franchise star, Vin Diesel.

ARK IIWith Diesel as Santiago Da Costa, 2022 will be released for next generation platforms. Unlike other games (which remain nameless), Studio markets Wildcard ARK II However, this will be the new standard by 2022, especially for next-generation systems. It remains to be seen what exactly Da Costa’s story is, or how the recently announced animated series will flow into the sequel. Stay tuned and check out some teasers from the people behind it in the meantime ARK!


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Check out the trailer below:

ARK II immerses players in a brutal new world of primitive animal and human survival, facing the ever-present threats from hyper-realistic intelligent dinosaurs, aggressive alien fauna and the exotic environments of an unearthly planet. Survivors will continue the dramatic aeon story of ARC about the evolution of humankind in this next generation sandbox survival experience! Check out the ARK II World Premiere Trailer, made with in-engine graphics and game assets using the latest Unreal Engine.

Or you can have a look at an even higher quality cut of the trailer here:

And if you want to keep in touch with the flow ark Community, follow the game’s official pages here:


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