Now six years old, ARK: Survival Evolved has been in the top 10 of Steam’s weekly game sales chart for years and has sold more than 20 million units of the game plus all expansions, making it a classic sandbox survival game title.
In June of this year, ARK: Survival Evolved’s latest DLC, Genesis Part 2, once again continued the myth of ARK’s chart domination, topping the Steam charts on its first day of release and becoming the runner-up on Steam’s weekly sales chart that week after just three days online.

A multitemporal experience from the age of dinosaurs to a science fiction universe.

For many veteran players, ARK: Survival Evolved represents not just a game, but a big world full of unknowns. The world of ARK: Survival Evolved is cleverly designed: at first, players arrive in an ancient world filled with dinosaurs, which is simulated by the technology of the game’s underlying world. Beyond this world, there are countless parallel worlds, and players have to collect information and complete missions in the different worlds to gradually outline and restore the reality of the entire ARK universe.
ARK: Survival Evolved has been developed through the release of several DLCs to advance the story. Among them are Aberration, Scorched Earth, Extinction, Genesis Part 1 and 2, Valguero, Crystal Island, and the recently released Lost Island. These DLCs appear to be a string of pearls along the ARK storyline, each distinct but closely linked, shining different lights and together forming the complete story of ARK: Survival