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Should Head Movements When Taming Be Disabled In Ark: Survival Evolved?

By Alvin Elfwine , Mar 08, 2017 02:09 AM EST

When Ark: Survival Evolved first came out, it didn't necessarily acquire a huge following. Heck, some even thought that this game won't became what it is now. Surprisingly, it proved the many critics and fans wrong. It's gradually becoming one of the highly celebrated titles of recent memory. However, being an incomplete game, it still lacks a couple of features. Or, at least, there are changes that the Studio Wildcard needs to do.

On the official Reddit page of Ark: Survival Evolved, fans share whatever they want to share as long as it concerns the game. Apparently, a player suggested that the video game company should opt to disable the head movements whenever taming is done. Those players should have the ability to do so, if not totally a disability.

The player by the name of ausgamer529 suggested due to the aforementioned, he gets to shoot himself with a tranquilizer dart. Of course, the player here simply wants to ensure that the targets get to be shot instead. He insists that this is due to the birds mimicking the way his head is facing, so to speak.

This is just one of the many things Ark: Survival Evolved players have hoped for. While Studio Wildcard has neither confirmed nor shed some light, there's still a great chance that the said head movement might be disabled. Or perhaps, this is due to the fact that the studio is indeed fond of listening to the community.

In related Ark: Survival Evolved news, the studio has announced its plans to pay interested modders of the game. The company is ready to select a total of 15 people to be part of this program. The pay is quite promising, summing up to $4,000 a month. All of these is in hopes to make the game even better in the next days to come.

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