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Ark: Survival Evolved’s Genesis expansion gets another delay

Part one of Ark: Survival Evolved’s two-part Genesis expansion, which was due to launch this month following a release date delay back in December, will now arrive on 25th February, according to its developer Wildcard Studios.

Genesis, which was first unveiled back in August last year, effectively forms Ark’s second season pass, and will ultimately deliver the game’s fourth and fifth paid expansions – following on from previous offerings Scorched Earth, Aberration, and Extinction.

Announcing Genesis’ second delay on the Ark website, Wildcard wrote, “We’re extremely sorry to push it back an extra month, but as we have been heads-down with the rest of the team polishing, balancing and putting the final pieces together, we really felt that the extra wait will be worth it both for the quality of the base game and the ambitious new expansion.”

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