Apparently, Server Wipes Will Continue In Ark: Survival Evolved

Ark: Survival Evolved developer Studio Wildcard has drawn flaks following the recent server wipes on the game. In its most organic form, the intention was to effectively battle dupes and exploitations. Unfortunately, fans can't simply accept what happened. In fact, some of them are even frustrated, suggesting that the video game company should have informed them beforehand. Regardless however, this sort of thing will continue to happen.

Many players of Ark: Survival Evolved grew disappointed with the way the studio handled the wipes. They iterated that, as players, it is their right to be informed of what is about to happen. This is most especially when that particular event will wipe all of their progress. This led to players opting not to log in until the company releases a statement.

According to Droid Report, Studio Wildcard intentionally did it in the purpose of ensuring a solid fix first. This means working on a patch, which they must guarantee its solution. It is really a tough call for the studio, but they can't also blame the community. The development, nonetheless, assured the fans that a fix is on its way and that everything about these exploitations will be removed.

Unfortunately for the fans of Ark: Survival Evolved, this means more possible server wipes. In the game's official Reddit community, one of the moderators named jatonreddit explained that server wipes are there for a very particular purpose. He further noted that they, as a team, are willing to go beyond the call of duty just to cure the game from bugs and/or issues.

Among the issues players are facing in Ark: Survival Evolved is the ability for banned players to continue playing. It has been revealed that exploiters simply need to purchase a new copy and create another account to continue. This, among others, made some players skeptical about the future of the game. Nonetheless, since its full version has yet to arrive, there is always a room for improvement.

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