★ Wind turbine – ARK Survival Evolved Scorched Earth single player – ARK Scorched Earth pt 11

★ Wind turbine – ARK Survival Evolved Scorched Earth single player – ARK Scorched Earth pt 11

Welcome to a new ARK: Survival Evolved Scorched Earth single player series! This is a brand new add-on for ARK: Survival Evolved. Scorched Earth is a new map with a lot of desert and a lot of death early on. The ARK: Survival Evolved Scorched Earth gameplay is remniscent of standard ARK, but with new materials, crafting, animals, and more! In this ARK Scorched Earth single player series, you’ll see just how difficult it is to play solo–no multiplayer here, just a lone person trying to survive. In this outing we will in ARK Scorched Earth build a wind turbine and then completely ignore it.

ARK Scorched Earth single player style explore the new ARK: Survival Evolved Scorched Earth DLC. With a host of new creatures, materials, recipes, and more, ARK Scorched Earth is an interesting and new take on a game that, oddly enough, is still in early access. Never mind that, apparently.

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Let’s Play ARK: Survival Evolved Scorched Earth single player as we roam the desert, trying to find water, and trying not to die. You’ll have to survive against the elements, not to mention the angry creatures roaming the scorched planet.

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Scorched Earth is an completely new and different experience from The Island. Stranded naked, dehydrated and starving on a fiery, drought-ridden desert world, Survivors must immediately seek water, hunt for food, harvest new flora, craft new items, and build shelter from the extreme heat.

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Scorched Earth is an entirely new map, composed of seven unique, desert themed biomes – dunes, high desert, mountains, canyons, badlands, oasis and the ever-dangerous dragon trench – each with their own aesthetics, resources & ecosystems, and littered with ruins, geysers, and intricate ancient cave systems.

The desert’s biomes are filled with fantastical new creatures], many of which can be tamed. Lead a caravan of the camel-like Morellatops, or rain fire down on your enemies from the back of a Wyvern. Just mind your step in the vast desert, or you might attract a Death Worm!

One of the easiest resources to obtain on The Island has now become arguably one of the most valuable resources on this new map: water. Players must re-learn what it means to survive and thrive in a harsh desert environment depleted of water resources.

Discover over 50 new items to craft including new outfits and structures to protect from the heat, and new tools to help survive in the harsh environment. Carry temporary shelter with you using tents, employ whips, boomerangs and flamethrowers for ‘defense’, wind turbines to generate clean power, and water wells & oil refineries to harvest scarce resources, among many new mechanics!

Prepare yourself for new weather experiences including dangerous electrical storms, blinding sand storms, befuddling heat stroke.

Unleash the power of the Obelisks to come face-to-face with ARK’s fourth and deadliest boss creature to date – the ferocious Manticore!

Scorched Earth utilizes a new feature called The Gateway, a cross-server ARK transfer. Survivors who manage to survive the harsh arid conditions can travel back and forth from the Scorched Earth map to the ARK: Survival Evolved main game, taking with them newly collected tools, weapons, and their newly tamed creatures to impress their friends and dazzle their combatants.


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