Ark: Survival Evolved Update 2.70 Patch Notes & Server Issues Today
Here's everything you need to know surrounding Ark's new update, as well as the recent server issues!
A brand new Ark: Survival Evolved update has been deployed for Xbox and PlayStation platforms today (November 24), bringing the game to version 2.70 with some server fixes following the launch of yesterday’s Turkey Trial update.
Here’s everything you need to know surrounding today’s Ark: Survival Evolved update, as well as the issues that began shortly after the deployment of yesterday’s Turkey Trial update.
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Ark: Survival Evolved Server Outage On November 24
As mentioned previously, the Ark: Survival Evolved began experiencing some issues following the deployment of the Turkey Trial update on November 23.
Users began reporting that they were spawning into their world with no clothes and no dinosaurs spawning. The official Twitter account for Ark then tweeted that they were temporarily disabling transfers on consoles whilst they investigated the issue.
Now it appears that a fix is rolling out but with a catch, a rollback will take place meaning that you may lose some saved progress. Hopefully, this means that servers should start coming back online and dinosaurs spawning back to normal. You can read the official patch notes for the Ark 2.70 update further down this article to find out more, or check out the Ark Twitter account to stay up to date.
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Ark: Survival Evolved 2.70 Update and Patch Notes
Below you will find the official patch notes for the 2.70 Ark Survival Evolved update, which is now deployed on both Xbox and PlayStation platforms. These patch notes were taken directly from the game’s official Twitter account:
- We’ll be redeploying Xbox and Playstation networks shortly to address wild dino spawns and some structure loss specific to Island servers
- Island servers on these networks will be rolled back to an earlier save We’ll also be re-enabling transfers. Thanks for your patience.