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The still in Early Access hit ARK: Survival Evolved has just gotten a new patch, one that lets players generate their own custom or random world with direct control over the heights of mountains, the number of rivers, and what biomes they want. Naturally with everything ARK the results look impressive, but probably not as impressive as the new Diplocaulus. An underwater creature that stores air in the bladders of its head, which in turn supports underwater exploration without the need for breathing gear. Gross.

Also with this update comes the Explorer Note System that adds a sense of discovery and archeology in digging up various stories from explorers past.

Check it out.






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