Now you can enjoy a dinosaur survival adventure game wherever you go as ARK: Survival Evolved reached Nintendo Switch. Domesticate, train, ride and breed dinosaurs in the complete ARK experience on the popular portable platform made by Nintendo, the renowned Japanese entertainment company.
Studio Wildcard announced today that ARK: Survival Evolved is now available worldwide on the Nintendo Switch platform. The award-winning dinosaur survival adventure game offers Nintendo Switch users the same open-world experience that millions of people have already enjoyed on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Android, iOS, Microsoft Windows, Linux, and Mac OS.
ARK: Survival Evolved allows players to tame more than 80 dinosaurs, conquer enemies and create huge structures, and now Nintendo Switch fans can enjoy the game, too.
ARK: Survival Evolved Reached Nintendo Switch With A Unique Blend Of Multiplayer, Coop, And Competition
Created in collaboration with Abstraction Games, the Nintendo Switch version of the massive open-world survival adventure game, ARK: Survival Evolved, includes all the content and features of the award-winning game. Accordingly, the Switch version also includes ARK Island, with over 100 prehistoric and fantasy creatures such as T-Rex, Giganotosaurus, Direwolf, and Yeti.
Stranded on a mysterious prehistoric island, you’ll have to explore its large ecosystems as you hunt, harvest, create tools, grow crops, and build shelters to survive. Use your ingenuity and skills to kill, tame, breed, and even ride dinosaurs and other primitive beasts that live in the game, making the ARK: Survival Evolved the idea title for dinosaurs fans and survival adventure games fans, as well.
You can optimize your technology and upgrade your level to create everything from primitive stone tools to T-Rex-mounted laser cannons while building teams with hundreds of players online or enjoying a Jurassic-like experience in a single player campaign. To enjoy this title on Nintendo Switch, you have to wait until 3 PM (ET), today, to buy it.
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