Ark Survival Evolved Update 2.37 Fixes Several Exploits And Bugs, Patch Notes Here

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  • Linux
  • OS X
  • Playstation 4
  • Windows
  • Xbox One
  • Action-Adventure
  • Survival
2017-08-29
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Ark Survival Evolved MICROSOFT

Dinosaur survival game Ark: Survival Evolved received a major update today. Update 2.37 solely focuses on bug fixes, no new content has been added. The patch is around 5.5GB in size and is currently available for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.

The turret soaking exploit is fixed, and several mesh exploits are also removed. You can now use Alliance chat with Gamepad (PC only) and building a floating base is not possible anymore. Dino Leash will not stop the transportation of creatures via TEK Teleporter. Some minor spectator issues have also been dealt with. You can check out the complete patch notes below for a more detailed explanation.

Ark Survival Evolved Update 2.37 Patch Notes

PS4 & Xbox

  • Fixed multiple level-design related bugs such as holes, floating foliage, incorrect volumes, etc.
  • Fixed Fence Supports requiring foundational support when trying to snap to each other
  • Added some protection to the Tribe UI to prevent players from accidentally leaving their own tribe or kicking themselves
  • Prevented the trough visual from displaying in spectator mode
  • Fixed a bug which would allow you to build a floating base
  • Prevented players from being able to level up tames above the server-specific level clamp
  • Fixed multiple mesh exploits
  • Fixed an exploit with the Astrocetus
  • Fixed a turret soaking exploit
  • Dino Leash will no longer prevent creatures from being transported via a TEK Teleporter
  • Fixed a bug that prevented the oil pump structure from being able to be placed on oil wells.

 PC

  • Fixed a meshing exploit
  • Fixed a turret soaking exploit
  • Dino Leash will no longer prevent creatures from being transported via a TEK Teleporter
  • Fixed a bug that prevented the oil pump structure from being able to be placed on oil wells.
  • Fixed a bug which prevented players from launching the expansion pack maps on Linux
  • Locally run ‘getall’ commands are now locked behind a server admin check
  • Alliance chat now works with Gamepad

So what do you think? Are you interested in Ark: Survival Evolved? Did you encounter any of these issues before? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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