The release of Ark Park, the virtual reality spin-off to Ark: Survival Evolved, has been pushed back to spring 2018, developer Snail Games has announced.
“We are truly sorry for any disappointment this delay might cause,” the developer wrote. “Ark Park is coming. We just need a bit more time. At the meantime, we will keep you updated on the progress!”
“Ark Park is a multiplayer exploration experience that has been designed from the ground up to harness the most immersive VR theme park available on PC platform,” the game’s description reads. “This interactive experience will fulfill your dreams of entering a world where living breathing dinosaurs are roaming the earth. Explore freely at this grand virtual world where there is no set plot line. Engage in multiplayer tour to share the visceral gameplay and the thrill of witnessing actual dinosaurs up-close.”
In slightly better news, Snail Games added that the delay means Ark Park will now launch on PlayStation VR, HTC Vive, and Oculus Rift on the same day.
Good news is that ARK Park will launch on three VR platforms, HTC Vive/Steam, Oculus Rift, and PSVR together! https://t.co/VosBnZSTwT
— ARK Park (@ARKParkOfficial) December 19, 2017