After Digital Foundry pulled the pants down of the Xbox One version of ARK: Survival Evolved revealing that its framerate was about as stable as an incredibly long game of JENGA, developer Studio Wildcard has been working on improving this, something that’ll be coming in the next patch for the game – which also includes beer.
Along with split-screen support for Xbox One, the next big patch for the Xbox One version of ARK: Survival Evolved will address the game’s poor framerate. In a tweet this weekend, the developer shared a short list of patch notes for the release which is due to hit the game on or around February 10.
— ARK (@survivetheark) January 30, 2016
In addition to the above notes, a number of updates which are already available on the PC version will also be coming, including the addition of beer, as well as multiplayer and server tweaks.
Although problems were present, we absolutely loved our time with the Xbox One version of the game. You can read more about that in our preview.