Developer Studio Wildcard has announced that their dinosaur-themed action game ARK: Survival Evolved has sold 1 million units on the Xbox One in a preview release, along with 4 million on the PC.
ARK: Survival Evolved was first released in June 2015 on the PC, via Steam Early Access, and the Xbox One version was launched in December as part of Microsoft's Game Preview program. According to GameSpot, Studio Wildcard has decided to delay the full release of the game from a planned summer launch to the holiday time period of 2016.
In related news, ARK: Survival Evolved will launch its official Mods program in May. Community members will be able to submit mods could be integrated into the official game. The first such mod is a massive new map called The Center:
Primitive+, a mod that's already available for the PC, will be launched this summer for all ARK: Survival Evolved members:
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