ARK: Scorched Earth

ARK: Scorched Earth

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Scorched Earth is known as a DLC expansion pack for the famous Steam game called ARK: Survival Evolved. It was already launched on September 1, 2016, and available for PC as well as Xbox One with the price of $19.99. On December 6, 2016, Scorched Earth made its debut on PS4, and it had the similar price.

ARK: Scorched Earth

Interesting activities in ARK: Scorched Earth

There are so many activities for you to carry out in the Scorched Earth, check them out!

Discovering a brand new world

All players will be taken to a new land with six exclusive biomes, including high desert, mountains, badlands, oasis, dunes, and canyons. Every single biome has its own characteristics and ecosystem which can’t be mistaken. There are plenty of vestiges, geysers, as well as ancient cave systems spreading all over this land, the survivors will come across them a lot during their adventures.

Domesticating brand new creatures

There are so many deadly wild creatures wandering around the biomes of Scored Earth. The fearless players must learn and search for ways to domesticate all of them. You can control the camel-like Morellatops or shoot on the opponents from behind of a primary Wyvern. Watch out your step so you won’t draw the attention of a Death Worm.

More than 50 new items to craft

With the resources that can be stolen, the players can make a good use of them to craft different outfits as well as more structures in order to survive the heat. Also, they can make many tools that assist them to get through a solitary environment. They can protect themselves by using boomerangs, flamethrowers, chainsaws, whips, tents, wind turbines, wells and more. These items will be used to make more bases as well. Also, you can think about employing them to create a lot of tactics for your survival.

Beating all new challenges

In the biomes of Scorched Earth, it’s inevitable for you to confront with electrical storms, blinding sandstorms, bewildering heat stroke and more. You need to release the strength of the mysterious Obelisks to face off against the most dangerous boss creature called Manticore.

Traversing between Arks

The survivors are allowed to bring their favorite creatures, items or even their characters to the desert-themed biomes and bring them back to the official in-game island easily. Their friends living on the island will get jealous of the new items, creatures or even secrets they discover in the Desert.

Features in ARK Scorched Earth

There are 12 new creatures, more than 50 brand new items, a new boss and the entire new map featured in the ARK Scorched Earth.

The people that have or don’t have the expansion can totally bring the domesticated creatures and received items to the vanilla island. If you have no expansion pack, the items coming from the DLC can still be spawned.Jugbug (Water and Oil) and the Wyvern (Fire, Lightning, and Poison) are known as two new creatures in the Scorched Earth that have lots of variations.

The Desert Map

Instead of a normal island with water surrounding, the map in Scorched Earth is filled with sand, making it more fantastic yet challenging. It’s so rare for the natural water sources to see here. It needs water from various sources, like water well, Jugbugs, Meorellatops or even cactus. If heat exposure is too much, the heat stroke can easily happen, this side effect is very the same as an effect when you get drunk. In addition, with the severe environment, some generators and structures can get demolished.

There are three weather types in Scorched Earth, including Sandstorms, Superheat, and electrical storms. The sandstorms will limit your visibility and deplete your stamina very fast. Your water will be run out at a faster speed than just a common heat by Superheat, also it will cause Heat Stroke really fast. The electrical storms will close down all the electrical devices for the time being, and it stops the firearms from shooting.

You can prevent the Superheat from happening by moving close to the Oasis. You can have a better visibility if you use the Desert Goggles throughout the sandstorms.


  • Badlands
  • Canyons
  • Dunes
  • High Desert
  • Low Desert
  • Oasis
  • Mountains
  • The World Scar


  • Deathworm
  • Dodo Wyvern
  • Jerboa
  • Jug Bug
  • Lymantria
  • Manticore
  • Mantis
  • Morellatops
  • Rock Elemental
  • Phoenix
  • Thorny Dragon
  • Vulture
  • Wyvern
  • Zombie Wyvern

Other Spawns

Besides the DLC creatures, some creatures as shown below can even spawn on the map too:

  • Achatina
  • Ankylosaurus
  • Araneo
  • Archaeopteryx
  • Argentavis
  • Arthropluera
  • Carnotaurus
  • Coelacanth
  • Daeodon
  • Direwolf
  • Doedicurus
  • Dung Beetle
  • Equus
  • Gallimimus
  • Giant Bee
  • Hyaenodon
  • Iguanodon
  • Kaprosuchus
  • Kentrosaurus
  • Lystrosaurus
  • Megalania
  • Megalosaurus
  • Megatherium
  • Microraptor
  • Moschops
  • Onyc
  • Ovis
  • Paracer
  • Parasaur
  • Pegomastax
  • Procoptodon
  • Pulmonoscorpius
  • Purlovia
  • Raptor
  • Rex
  • Sabertooth
  • Tapejara
  • Terror Bird
  • Titanoboa
  • Titanomyrma
  • Troodon
  • Thylacoleo
  • Yutyrannus


There are three new artifacts you can find in Scorched Earth, and you need to use them as a tribute in order to call for the Manticore:

  • Crag
  • Destroyer
  • Gatekeeper

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