Studio Wildcard has rolled out Ark Survival Evolved update 2.78, and this is for the big patch that brings in the Fjordur map alongside new creatures and skins! This is a hefty download, and should be live now on all platforms. Read on for the Ark Survival Evolved June 12 patch notes.
I mostly play Ark on single player mode and I have a very slow internet connection on the system that Ark is installed on. so I was wondering if I could download the update files from somewhere Where I have a good internet connection and then apply the updates to the game.
Make sure that you stay up to date. Especially, you don't want to miss any major version upgrade. If you miss or skip updates, it is most likely that entire game will download again instead of patch files only.
\"The PS4 patch that just went out is to resolve the problem with structures not placing properly, and the advanced workbench structure,\" the message reads. So, if you were having problems building bases in Primitive+ after the last PS4 patch, those issues should be fully resolved. It may take a while for the fix to get there, but it should get the job done.
As mentioned previously, a new patch will be deployed for all supported platforms which will enable the new Fjordur Map. Steam players will need to ensure they have uninstalled the Fjordur mod from the Steam Workshop prior to downloading the new map.
Titans- Increased rate of starvation by approximately 3x- Prevented all Titans from basing on any character- All Titans now do significant dmg to OSD shield / crates - Made improvements to issue where Desert Titan would randomly fly away- Fixed stat reset when downloaded on a server- Wild Titans now deal 5x dmg to tamed Titans- Accumulated damage during Titan boss fight now determines quality of titan tame (was previously health at tame time)- Added min/hour display to cooldown timer, set CD for bosses to 6 hours. (Both initial spawns and repeated summons)- Titans tame time - reduced to 1 day tame same server- Set food to 0 once they get downloaded to another server- Health regen turned off after 1 hour post tameDesert Titan- Prevented stasis on dedicated for flocks- Changed lightning recharge time to 8 seconds (from 5)- Prevented lightning from hitting through walls- Reduced lightning attack range by 33%Ice Titan- Added failsafe for ice aura when tamed- Removed ice block that was obstructing Ice Titan fight Forest Titan- Fixed vine attack not showing on low fps servers - Speculative fix for Titan falling through floor
Ark Survival Evolved update 2.74 for PS4 and Xbox One is now available to download. According to the official ARK 2.74 patch notes, the latest update added love evolved 3 event to the game. Apart from this, Ark version 2.74 also includes stability and performance improvements.
Workaround: You can fix the download stuck issue by clicking Cancel and you should receive a Successful Download message or you can restart Steam. If you encounter the download stuck when you are trying to get an update, the best solution is to restart the Steam client and download that update again.
There are still Bugs after the latest patch download, but we are still waiting for another stable update to come out soon. You can find the official patch notes on Steam or the official ARK Forums. Follow Gamer Tweak for more Ark Patch Notes, Updates and Tweaks.
Why can't you download a PlayStation 4 game or update when there should be enough room on the hard drive How come your PS4 won't let you download any new PS4 games or patches When you go to download or install a new game or patch for your PS4, sometimes it might claim you don't have enough space in system storage. However, when you check for yourself, it looks like there should be plenty of room. What's that about How come you can't install something even though you should have enough storage Let's go through everything in this quick guide.
Sometimes, your PS4 will refuse to complete a download, even when it looks like you should have plenty of space left on your hard drive. Why is it doing this Well, it all ties into that lengthy copying process your PS4 goes through whenever you install a game or update. Let's use an example to explain what's happening.
Say you've just bought Red Dead Redemption 2, a game that takes up a minimum of 105GB according to PlayStation Store. Let's also say you know that your hard drive happens to have 150GB of space free, meaning you should be able to install the game with no issues. You try to set it to download, only for your PS4 to tell you there's not enough space.
The problem is that, whenever your PS4 downloads a game, it's also downloading all the updates to ensure you're getting the most recent version. This can seriously inflate the game's file size beyond what's advertised on PlayStation Store pages. Downloading a game plus any patches will require more space than it might first appear. However, that's not all.
Let's say you're trying to download a patch for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and your PS4 says there's not enough room, even though there should be. The reason you can't download and install the update is because of the aforementioned copying procedure. When you download an update, your PS4 then makes a second copy of the game file, adds the update, installs this new version of the game, then removes the outdated version. In other words, your PS4 needs around double the storage space for a game in order to download and update it. For example, if you have 30GB free and a 2GB patch for Call of Duty: Warzone arrives, you won't be able to download it until you make some extra room -- enough to technically install Warzone twice on your hard drive. The old version will be deleted, which frees up some space again, but you need that extra space free in the first place.
This was one of my biggest peeves on ps3 and originally the ps4 never did this, installs didn't need x2 their size in free space and patching was blazing fast. Somewhere along the line as the OS got updated they bizarrely went back to the old way of doing things.
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