ARK Survival Evolved Unreal Engine 5 Remaster released by Studio Wildcard; UE5 Fan Imagining launched

Studio Wildcard may have teased the ARK Survival Evolved Unreal Engine 5 remaster, and some digital artists have already released a fan concept for the game running in the new Epic Engine.

Last week, ARK Studio developer Wildcard Twitter took With what appears to be a hint at the first ARK coming to Unreal Engine 5. While the upcoming ARK 2 has been confirmed to run in Epic’s new game engine, the original ARK still runs in Unreal Engine 4.5. With this tweet from the studio, fans may see a remake of ARK: Survival Evolved in Unreal Engine 5. Of course, this may just be trolling from the studio, but we wanted to share nonetheless.

Meanwhile, after this tweet, several digital artists started working and creating parts of the original game that run in the new Epic engine. Courtesy of artist Greg Coulthard (thanks to DSOGaming), this fan imagined show ARK’s Island map recreated in Unreal Engine 5. Take a look for yourself below:

It is an exciting concept video that shows the environment as well as the brutal tyrannosaurus that will surely be appreciated by the fans of the game.

Released in 2017, ARK: Survival Evolved is now available globally for PC and consoles (including Nintendo Switch). As mentioned earlier, Studio Wildcard is currently working on ARK 2. The sequel will feature Vin Diesel as the hero Santiago and is confirmed to launch as an Xbox console exclusive.

Starring Vin Diesel as the protagonist Santiago, ARK 2 tells the story of a father and daughter (“Meeka” played by Auli’i Cravalho!), of betrayal and broken promises, the power of the family bond – and of course, it’s the story of giant, badass dinosaurs. But most importantly, it’s about the players’ own stories – like any good online survival game in the static world, each of the “survivors” in ARK 2 has their own unique path through the game, forming their own tribe, and making their friends. , and try to build their civilization with the help of the creature.

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