ARK: Survival Evolved is available for free on Steam in celebration of the revised 2023 ARK 2 release date announced at the Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase.
To mark the release date of ARK 2, you can get the first ARK for free on Steam this week and keep it forever.
ARK 2 starts were DLC for the first game, Genesis, left off, bringing Vin Diesel to the prehistoric-future dinosaur planet. The survival sim was first announced at The Game Awards in 2020, but Studio Wildcard has kept most ARK 2 details under wraps until today’s event.
If you claim the first ARK before June 19, 10 a.m. PDT, you can keep it for free.
That Steam deal gives away a lot of free expansions, such as Extinction, Aberration, Fjordur, and many more.
The only thing that isn’t on sale for 100% off is the Genesis Season Pass. Fans of survival games can spend hundreds of hours just playing the base game.
This open-world game got more than 500,000 reviews on the Steam Store, and 82 percent of them were very positive.
To claim this Freebie, visit this Steam page.
Click the “Add to Account” button and sign in to your Steam account.
Click “Add to Account” again, and the game will be added to your Steam account. Simply launch this product from your Steam library to access your new stuff.
ARK can be played on systems that run Windows, macOS, and Linux.
About ARK: Survival Evolved
Ark: Survival Evolved, which is written as “ARK,” is an action-adventure survival video game that came out in 2017. It was made by Studio Wildcard. The goal of the game is to stay alive after getting stuck on one of several maps with roaming dinosaurs, fantasy monsters, and other prehistoric animals, as well as natural hazards and other players who might be mean.
From a third-person perspective, the game can be played either on foot or by riding a prehistoric animal. Players can defend themselves from hostile humans and creatures with guns and other weapons they make themselves. They can also build bases on the ground and on some creatures as a form of defense. The game can be played alone or with other people.
On a multiplayer server, players can join together to form tribes. Different servers have different limits on how many tribe mates you can have. In this mode, most of the time, all of the tamed dinosaurs and buildings are shared by all of the members. Players can’t fight each other in the PvE mode.