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ARK: Survival Evolved Adds Valentine’s Day Content With Newest Update

A limited-time event is now live and will be available till February 16th with exclusive rewards.

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ARK: Survival Evolved just received a new content update for February with a brand-new Valentine’s Day event as well as some important bug fixes. A limited-time event is now live and will be available till February 16th with exclusive rewards. There are multiple event skins that players can obtain throughout the event and an exclusive emote which will be available to all players.

What to Expect From The New ARK: Survival Evolved Update?

For the duration of Love Evolved, Studio Wildcard will be disabling the world buffs from Baby Boon and Maewing Poach on Genesis Part 2 on the Official Network. The devs will be disabling these mission buffs specifically as not to affect the bonuses on other maps. While the new Love Evolved 3 event is active, players can go fishing for love and gain a chance at new skins, items, and five new chibi pets to collect.

ARK: Survival Evolved Love Evolved 3 Patch Notes

Here are the highlights of the new update:

  • 3x XP, Harvesting, Taming, and Breeding (imprint, maturation, hatch/gestation), 0.5x Mating Interval, 1.5x Hexagon Bonus for all players until February 16.
  • Valentines Coelacanth can be caught for chibis, chocolates, candies
  • Event exclusive cosmetics added including new self-hug emote.

The new update will keep players engaged until the next major content drop is available in March 2022. To check out the full patch notes, click here.

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