'Ark: Survival Evolved'
'Ark: Survival Evolved' was hit by the AWS server outage, and player progress was lost. To compensate, an evolution buff makes everything in the game faster. 'Ark: Survival Evolved' is available on PC, Xbox One, PS4, OS X and Linux. Studio Wildcard

Ark: Survival Evolved v752 has launched on Xbox One, and the update aims to fix a series of bugs that came bundled with XDK changes in the previous build. Server issues and controller problems should be ironed out.

The full patch notes come to us courtesy of the game’s official forums.

Current Version: v752.0

  • Controller shutdown no longer kills application
  • Player Dedicated and Non-Dedicated Servers should list more than one at a time.
  • Servers will now list correctly on the Servers Cluster Session List under the Travel to another ARK option for character transfers.
  • Fixed a problem where Inviting to or Joining (via invite) a Password Protected Player Dedi Server would fail
  • Fixed an issue where you couldn't successfully Invite/Join game into an Official Server

These issues were most prevalent this past weekend, and Studio Wildcard community management promised a resolution early this week. The update began deployment Tuesday night.

With these problems now fixed, Ark: Survival Evolved players can fully enjoy the benefits of the latest content. This includes four new Dinos, the Tek base-building tileset and a couple character hairstyles. A general console performance increase of 15 percent was advertised as well.

Ark: Survival Evolved is available now on PC, Xbox One, PS4, OS X and Linux. For more details, check out our updated list of admin commands and tips for getting the newest Tek gear.

Does Xbox One update v752 fix your Ark issues? Is your server up and running? Tell us in the comments section!