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ARK Ultimate Survival Edition update 2.0.5

Studio Wildcard and Grove Street Games have issued the latest update for ARK: Ultimate Survival Edition, version 2.0.5.

The update is highlighted by the support for the upcoming Ragnarok DLC. There are other highlights as well, including non-dedicated sessions, improved melee combat performance, and more.

The full patch notes for the ARK: Ultimate Survival Edition version 2.0.5 update are as follows:

ARK: Ultimate Survivor Edition update 2.0.4

The latest update is now available for ARK: Ultimate Survivor Edition on Switch, with players having access to version 2.0.4.

Today’s update includes support for the Aberration DLC and Holiday Events. There are also a couple of new options, fixes, and more.

The full patch notes for the ARK: Ultimate Survivor Edition version 2.0.4 update are as follows:

ARK: Ultimate Survivor Edition is about to receive another update, with version 2.0.3 going live later today.

More improvements, adjustments, and fixes are included this time around. These include gliding improvements for the Archaeopteryx, a fix for sorting by weight in inventory, and more.

The full patch are as follows:

ARK: Ultimate Survivor Edition update 2.0.2

A new 2.0.2 update has just gone out for ARK: Ultimate Survivor Edition.

Today’s update includes a bunch of different figments in various areas. A couple of improvements are also available.

The full patch notes for the ARK: Ultimate Survivor Edition version 2.0.2 update are as follows:

ARK Ultimate Survivor Edition first look

ARK: Ultimate Survivor Edition was announced back in April, and we now have a first look at the title running on Switch with some new gameplay.

It’s true that ARK: Survival Evolved is already on the console, though it’s not currently in a good state with a poor frame rate, low resolution, long loading times, and more. That prompted Studio Wildcard to team up with Grove Street Games on a completely new version that has redone functionality, graphics, and optimization. Players can also access the Scorched Earth Expansion Pack at launch with subsequent expansions following in two month intervals. 

gta trilogy definitive edition update 1.0.6

A new update has arrived for Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition on Switch. Rockstar Games lists it at version 1.04, though it should show up on your system as version 1.0.6.

This new update includes improvements for performance and stability along with tons of fixes. For the full patch notes, continue on below. 

GTA Trilogy Switch physical

The physical version of GTA: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition now has a release date on Switch.

Today’s news actually comes directly from Nintendo. The GTA games will be appearing on store shelves starting February 11, 2022, the company just announced.

GTA Trilogy Switch physical

The physical version of GTA: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition has been delayed, Rockstar Games has announced. Copies on Switch will not be available until early 2022.

GTA: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition previously arrived on the Switch eShop earlier this month. It includes redone versions of Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City. Previously, the physical version was planned for December 7.

gta vice city switch frame rate

Digital Foundry shared its technical analysis for GTA III: The Definitive Edition last week, and has now followed that up with another video highlighting Vice City and San Andreas that delves into various aspects like frame rate on Switch.

Below is a roundup of some of the more important points:

Rockstar Games has issued a statement surrounding the issues players have encountered with GTA: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition.

All platforms have been plagued by various problems. On Switch, there have been reports of frame rate slowdown in particular. Each one of the games on all systems has also seen their fair share of bugs.

In its statement, Rockstar apologized to fans and promised updates. The first one, planned for the “coming days”, will “address a number of issue”.

The full statement reads:


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