Ark: Survival Evolved Developer Revela Atlas - Game Rant - Game Rant


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There have been many fantastic games at this year's Game Awards, including a new Far cry play as well as Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 for the Nintendo Switch. Another game that was revealed at The Game Awards is a pirate game created by Ark: Survival Evolved the developer has called Atlas. Atlas is an open world MMO and will be available on Steam as soon as next week.

As you can see in the trailer below, Atlas is similar to another pirated game published this year, Sea of ​​Thieves, where players have to work together for man and control ships and fight both the environment and the other crews in the game. From the trailer it also seems that players can get off the streets in general, play bar fights, hunt treasures and dive. In Atlas, players are encouraged to work together to build huge armies and claim territories to try to conquer the whole world.


The Atlas reveal the trailer also shows some crazy creatures that players will encounter in the game, such as a giant hammerhead shark, single and multiple-headed dragons and a kind of fire demon in various locations of the game world. Atlas it also boasts the ability to hold 40,000 players in its open world map, which is about 1,200 times more than it is ARK: Survival server could hold, so the game is sure to provide players a lot of playing time.

While Atlas will initially be available only on Steam, will make its debut on consoles with the Xbox preview program in the future. Sea of ​​Thieves it has been a great success among the players and has exceeded the sales expectations of Microsoft, so for the players who are trying to continue the life of the pirates, hopefully Atlas he will not disappoint

Atlas will be available for PC in early access on December 13 and is also in development for Xbox One.

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