The New York Excelsior is the best Overwatch team in the world. Despite an always-shifting metagame and one of its best players sitting out nearly a third of the season so far, they have won two Overwatch League stages and made the playoffs for the third. They rarely drop games and have swept every team in the league at least once.
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Aberration, the paid DLC expansion for Ark: Survival Evolved that arrived this week on PC and consoles, includes a lot of weird, new stuff such as invisible flying lizards and a Reaper Queen that can impregnate the player with baby reapers. It also has a new type of mushroom that causes beautiful, dizzying hallucinations.
Recently, we asked you to draw us some dinosaurs in MS Paint for a chance to win a copy of Ark: Survival Evolved on your platform of choice. Holy crap, you should see some of the entries we got.
ARK: Survival Evolved has been one of the most popular games on Steam since it's Early Access launch last year. But the developers eventually realised while crafting and dinosaurs and dragons were part of the appeal, one of the real big drawcards was the ability to have a virtual Hunger Games.
So they created Survival of the Fittest (SotF), a round-based total conversion with faster levelling, gathering, taming, evolution events and tournaments. And guess what? The mode has proved so popular, the developers have now spun it off into it's own free-to-play game.
Briefly: Despite reports that Ark: Survival Evolved runs crappy on Xbox One, the developers have announced it's getting split-screen support, which is cool! It's not clear when split-screen will be patched into the game, but hopefully it comes alongside some other performance improvements. More split-screen!
Having somehow avoided playing surprise Early Access hit Ark: Survival Evolved since its Steam release back in June, this weekend I got my first taste of life among the dinosaurs on the Xbox One. It only hurt a little.