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Ark: Survival Evolved (PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Windows)

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Ark: Survival Evolved

Developer: Studio Wildcard
Publisher: Studio Wildcard
Platforms: Windows, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
Released internationally: June 12, 2015 (early access), August 29, 2017 (full release)

AreasIcon.png This game has unused areas.
ObjectIcon.png This game has unused objects.
GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
ModelsIcon.png This game has unused models.
MusicIcon.png This game has unused music.

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This game's online features are no longer supported.
While this game's online features were once accessible, they are (as of September 30, 2023) no longer officially supported and online-exclusive features may be documented as now-unseen content.
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A very large survival game with a lot of unused content.

Servers were shutdown on September 30, 2023 to make room for the remaster. However, the Switch version still has the servers open.

Unused Objects


In DevKit, you can find various things that ended up unused.

Wyvern Tek Saddle

A Wyvern Tek Saddle can be found in the DevKit. It never made it to the final game, probably because the Wyvern doesn't require a saddle.

Giganotosaurus Tek Saddle

A Wyvern Tek Saddle can be found in the DevKit. The likely reason it was ruled out is because the Giganotosaurus is much stronger than a Rex.

Unused Music

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Proud Biggest

Proud Biggest is a larger pitch version of the jingle produced by collecting an Explorer Note. It is unknown in which part this jingle would be used. This jingle would later be used in Ark: Survival Evolved Mobile, when the player attributes an artifact.

Titans Jingles

The Titans have intro jingles and wins, but they don't play in the final game. King Titan has an additional jingle that plays when he is low on health.

Forest Titan

Intro jingle

Win jingle

Desert Titan

Intro jingle

Win jingle

Ice Titan

Intro jingle

Win jingle

King Titan

Intro jingle

Low health jingle

Win jingle

Cut-off Tracks

Rockwell Win

The jingle played to defeat Rockwell in Aberration lasts for 35 seconds, but the last 5 seconds cannot be heard due to the player ascending to 30 seconds. If you defeat a summoned Rockwell with commands, you can listen to the full jingle.

Corrupted Master Controller Win

The jingle that plays to defeat Corrupted Master Controller lasts 1 minute and 7 seconds, but like the Rockwell jingle, the ending of Genesis: Part 1 plays at 22 seconds, rendering the other 45 seconds inaudible. Unlike the previous one, this jingle cannot be heard in its entirety via commands, as spawning a Corrupted Master Controller will only spawn a hologram of him.

Unused Areas

Areas of the game that cannot be accessed unless the "ghost" command is used.

Teeming Caverns

It was planned to add a fourth cave in Aberration, which would probably get the Artifact of the Lost. However, said cave ended up being scrapped from the final game, and the Artifact of the Lost could not be obtained through normal means until the arrival of the Crystal Isles. In the final game the only thing left of this area is that its name can be found next to the east area of ​​the pink zone, but the area is nothing more than an empty space.

Place where Diana's Log 21# is obtained in Extinction

Diana's Log 21# in Extinction is located at coordinates lat 22.2, lon 38.7, but it is located inside a stone which makes it impossible to obtain the log through normal means.

Did you cheat? This is out of bounds

In the western area of ​​the Ocean Biome of Genesis: Part 1, a region can be found that cannot be reached by normal means because it is behind the biome boundary. If you use the "ghost" command to go to said area, you will find no creatures and you will only find trees and stones to get Flint, Stone, Wood, Metal and Thatch.