Ark Survival Evolved Update 2.09 Patch Notes – Network Fixes

Ark Survival Evolved received Update 2.09. You can now download Update 2.09 for Ark Survival Evolved on PS4 and Xbox One. You will find that Patch 2.09 of Ark Survival Evolved is a small update as there are only a fix made to the network. Some players were finding it difficult to join servers, but atleast they fixed it.

This is a survival and open world game. Throughout the adventure you must hunt to survive, create various objects, improve your technology, build shelters, and much more. All this while exploring a gigantic island full of dinosaurs, which is emerging as one of its greatest attractions. Below you will find the complete list of Ark Survival Evolved patch notes.

  • Xbox / Windows 10 – 792.61
  • PS4: 541.71
  • Potential networking fix that prevents some players from joining servers and structures loading improperly

Studio Wildcard recently announced two expansion packs for Ark Survival Evolved. The first one is already available, and the other will release in 2020. In addition to a new map, new story and creatures (including a giant tortoise on which you can build), Ark: Genesis will add AI with a voice that will accompany you, give missions and objectives, adding more weight to the story.

Continue your quest for survival and unlock a whole new chapter in the saga of ARK: Survival Evolved with the ARK: Genesis Season Pass! This Season Pass gives you access to two new huge expansion packs and one exclusive in-game cosmetic pet. Further the ARK storyline while adventuring through unique and diverse biomes via an all new mission-based game mechanic. Discover, utilize and master new creatures, new craftable items and new craftable structures unlike anything you have seen yet!

Regarding the absence of a real sequel, the team says it has been among the 10 most played Steam games for two years and has more life than they had anticipated. I remind you that Studio Wildcard and Instinct Games’ Ark Survival Evolved released in August 2017 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, OS X and Linux, with versions for Android, iOS, and Nintendo Switch in 2018.