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ARK: Aberration Expansion Pack Announced!

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On 9/1/2017 at 2:16 PM, Wolfestar777 said:

So the really important question...

When do we get to see a video of

the vile ‘Nameless Queen’ to impregnate your foes with a horrifying reproductive chest-burster!"

I look forward to the release of this! Thank you for your hard work, I'll need to buy the season's pass soon. And just to be super greedy: when do we get to hear about the second expansion? Will it be a similar release style to SE and Aberration? Oh... And can we raise those chest busters as cute vicious alien pets?

I think the chest busters become those mongrel things

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Rondubu    0

This is very cool, but will there ever be endgame for Scorched Earth and Rag? When you "beat" the Island, you're transported to another ark, are we gonna beat a new observer for each map or disrupt some kind of mechanism that will eventually lead to an end of these experiments? (if they are experiments and not just a big zoo) 

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Ep1cM0nk3y    456
1 hour ago, Rondubu said:

This is very cool, but will there ever be endgame for Scorched Earth and Rag? When you "beat" the Island, you're transported to another ark, are we gonna beat a new observer for each map or disrupt some kind of mechanism that will eventually lead to an end of these experiments? (if they are experiments and not just a big zoo) 

Well it's all in the name.  Ark is a vessel that preserves/saves/etc.. you can see holographs of earth right before the tek boss.. looks like pangea (all continents mushed together),  current earth,  and a post apocalypse earth that looks like a barren wasteland.. so you have 3 seperate time periods depicted and could easily assume that the arks were made to preserve earth life after the devastation, and maybe while earth gets terraformed if you want to theory craft further.. the arks could be experimental like you said, gathering data on the best balance for biomes and differing  species and their impacts on the ecology and such..

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