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Concerns Mount as Fans Await Ark: Survival Ascended Roadmap Update

Fans of Ark: Survival Ascended, the highly anticipated remaster of Ark: Survival Evolved, are increasingly concerned about a potential delay as developers tease an upcoming roadmap update.

In a new community update from Studio Wildcard, released on June 23 (Friday), the developers simply stated, “We have an update coming to the ASA roadmap next week, so stay tuned!” 

Although the post also featured a tantalizing glimpse of Ark 2’s fishing mechanics through concept art, the Survival Ascended roadmap update has prompted fans to worry.

With the game’s expected launch in August swiftly approaching, fans have eagerly awaited a release date and more information about the remaster. However, the lack of substantial updates has sparked anxiety among the community. 

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A quick scroll through the blog post’s comments section, Steam discussions, and tweets regarding the news reveals numerous fans expressing their fears of a potential delay in the roadmap update.

Survival Ascended was initially planned as a free update, but Studio Wildcard announced a change in their approach earlier this year. The remaster would now be priced at $50 and bundled with Ark 2. 

This decision triggered a backlash from players, leading to a review bomb. Consequently, the developers changed their plans, revising the price to $60 and including the original game’s DLC [1] instead of the sequel. 

While some fans remain hopeful that the roadmap update will bring positive news, the overall reception of Ark: Survival Ascended has been marred by significant criticism. The uncertainty surrounding its release date and the evolving pricing strategy has contributed to fans’ concerns about potential setbacks.

As the community eagerly awaits the upcoming roadmap update, all eyes will be on Studio Wildcard to address the fears and clarify the future of Ark: Survival Ascended.

Mathew has nursed a love of video games since childhood. Now, as an adult, he enjoys playing challenging games as much as he enjoys relating with other gamers. Matthew created Hypernia to give gamers like himself accurate and reliable information about games, servers, communication protocols, and much more.

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