- A new limited-edition series of narrative-driven videos set in the Minecraft universe.
- Upcoming EVO Event in ARK: Survival Evolved and how it impacts gameplay.
- A game-changing patch for Valheim that addresses cross-platform issues and more.
A brand-new, limited-edition series of narrative-driven videos called "Minecraft Legends Shorts" will take viewers on an exploration into the Overworld of the game's characters. Some of the game's most memorable scenes, such as encounters with piglins and the Host of Knowledge, will be shown in these clips. These snippets offer players a glimpse into the game's storyline and what they can expect as they embody the main character. Starting on April 18, the first episode of the series will be accessible, and it will illustrate the hero's struggle to destroy the piglins by outwitting them.
The allays and piglin runts, two little but important aspects in the game, served as inspiration for the makers of Minecraft Legends Shorts. The charm and character of these creatures, as well as other aspects of the Overworld, will be captured in the shorts. Players can sate their excitement for the game's release and get pumped for the adventure ahead by watching these videos.
Follow @legends game and stay tuned to Minecraft.net for the latest news, tales, and previews if you're a game enthusiast. On the website, you may download unique material as well as pre-order the game. You won't want to miss out on the excitement with Minecraft Legends Shorts and all the other great things in store.
For all ARK: Survival Evolved players across all platforms, Studio Wildcard has announced an EVO Event in this week's Community Crunch. The increased XP, harvesting, and taming rates are available during the event, which runs through Monday, March 27. Players can advance through the game more easily because these benefits multiply the game's default 1x rates. The Official Servers, Little Tribe Servers, ARKPocalypse, and Classic Servers will all host the EVO Event.
The Community Section includes fan art and screenshots from the ARK community in addition to the EVO Tournament. There is also artwork by u/Sunthoon, ThatKiku, @N4STYR4BBiT, terrortantrum, Keuran, orangeslice2, and @vanceymo, as well as a base build with a Viking motif by XxStevieLad87xX and a journey around the entire ARK by French YouTuber Skeel. The ARK tSotF: Survivors Showdown, which is being hosted by Nitrado, TeamSOTF, Intel, and Lenovo and being aired live by ARKitects and FirePumpkin0214, is also being featured in the Community Corner.
By following Studio Wildcard on social media sites like Twitter, Discord, Reddit, Instagram, Twitch, Steam, and Facebook, ARK gamers can remain informed about the most recent news and events. Users can also look up facts and gameplay hints on the official ARK Wiki.
With a focus on resolving and enhancing many game bugs, patch 0.214.300 has been made available. A remedy for the issue where Xbox and PC players had different heightmaps, causing players to appear to fly or walk below ground, is one notable improvement. Although this modification might lead to buildings collapsing in regions designed by Xbox users, it was vital to stop further problems in the future. Xbox worlds had been resetting to day 1 after reaching a certain size, and this problem is also being fixed. The concern has been identified, and the devs are set to address it in the upcoming software patch.
The patch notes also list a number of additional adjustments and enhancements to the game, such as patches for text and UI difficulties, left-handed mouse issues, and performance issues in the main menu. The "Balanced Mode" graphic setting, which gives 40 FPS and 1440p on Series X and 900p on Series S, is also now available to console users (if the screen supports 40 FPS). The primary function of the right analog stick now is to rotate characters in the character screen, and the differences in heightmaps between Xbox and PC have virtually disappeared.
If ARK players encounter any world problems, they can use the "Manage Saves" button in the world selection to restore a previous version of their world. By switching to the "default old" branch on Steam, they can run the most recent stable version as well. The creators apologise for any annoyance these problems may have created and appreciate gamers for their endurance as they try to fix the problem.