Ark: Survival Guide: How To Tame Purlovia, Baryonyx Effectively

Taming has been a major concept in Ark: Survival Evolved. It's fun but can sometimes be tiring and frustrating. With the release of a brand new update, a total of 4 Dinos have been added to the game. Still, taming them is not that easy as walking in the park. This guide, however, will teach players how to bring the Purlovia and Baryonyx to their side.

First on the list is Baryonyx, which is one of the four newest creatures in Ark: Survival Evolved. According to iDigitalTimes, this one here falls under the category of being an active tame. Players simply need to go straight to the southern shores of the island. From there, they can see a couple of these species just near the edges of waters.

As mentioned taming the aforementioned Dino in Ark: Survival Evolved can be pretty nasty. To ease the experience, it's best to utilize a flight-worthy tame in order to pick it up. This is where pen should be always ready. Once the creature has been knocked out, a total of 7 Pachyrhino Kibble should be filled right away. For crafting it, the requirements are an egg, two Mejoberries, water, fiber, Citronal and prime fish meat.

As for the Purlovia, the challenge Ark: Survival Evolved players will experience is pretty much the same with Baryonyx. Since it's small, a little use of flight-worthy tame should be enough to bring it home. If, for instance, this isn't an option, there's still a workaround. The key is to attack this creature from a higher ground by using any sorts of tranquilizers. These kinds of Dinos can be easily seen along with the likes of Whitesky Peak and Red Peak.

In related Ark: Survival Evolved news, a brand new update is set to be released in time for Valentine's Day. This is said to bring the features equivalent to the ones brought to PC. Also, a feature that's long been discussed in the community is coming. It's no other than the third-person view, though it's said to be released to the consoles only.

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