Ark Survival Evolved has been updated to version 2.37. Here’s everything that you need to know about this update including patch notes.
There are two different updates for Ark Survival Evolved on Xbox One and PS4. Both aim to resolve a number of issues for the game. The PC version also has its own set of changes that appear to relate to various bug fixes and optimization.
Some of the changes to the game include a fix for multiple level-design related bugs such as holes, floating foliage, incorrect volumes, and so on. The server version for each update is different depending on the platform. PS4 users have been updated to version 550.22 while the Xbox One server version is 801.22. PC servers have been updated to version 313.57.
To get the complete overview of this update across all platforms, have a look at Ark Survival Evolved 2.37 update patch notes below.
Ark Survival Evolved Update 2.37 Patch Notes
Current Version: v550.22 (v550.16 client) – 10/01/2020
Fixed multiple level-design related bugs such as holes, floating foliage, incorrect volumes, etc.
Fixed Fence Supports requiring foundational support when trying to snap to each other
Added some protection to the Tribe UI to prevent players from accidentally leaving their own tribe or kicking themselves
Prevented the trough visual from displaying in spectator mode
Fixed a bug which would allow you to build a floating base
Prevented players from being able to level up tames above the server-specific level clamp
Fixed multiple mesh exploits
Fixed an exploit with the Astrocetus
Fixed a turret soaking exploit
Dino Leash will no longer prevent creatures from being transported via a TEK Teleporter
Fixed a bug that prevented the oil pump structure from being able to be placed on oil wells.
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