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  1. You should submit a bug report. However, you're not giving enough info. Navigate to C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\ARK\ShooterGame\Saved\Logs (assuming you installed Ark in the default directory) and open a "CRASHSTACK" type file with Notepad or your favorite word processor. Copy and paste the contents into a bug report. You also need to provide system specifications (what hardware you're running like CPU, GPU, RAM amount, etc.). This is all assuming you're referring to the PC version. I can't tell you what to do on a console.
  2. Turn your shadows to "low." I got this a lot with Ark and Atlas and that's how I fixed it. You most likely won't notice a difference, but your game will be stable.
  3. I have a saved game, which contains my army of Rexes. I don't think I tried to take them all into the volcano. I have some Yuties, but I don't think I ever used them in a boss fight. This is a great suggestion! Honestly, I don't think I tried that kind of army for boss fights, so I should give them another try. I thought a Giga would pretty much be one of the best things to bring along, but it seems they cannot enter the arenas. The flying bosses seem to be more difficult. It's especially difficult since you can only bring an Argy, Quetz, or Wyvern into the Manticore arena, but not others. Those creatures would be helpful against the Dragon. This is particularly difficult on Valgeuro, where you have to fight three bosses at the same time, the MegaP, Dragon, and Manticore. The Aberration boss battle is difficult, too. Not only do you have to hurt the boss, and kill the spawning Nameless, you also have to shoot these orbs that are coming at you, so you don't get hit by them. Both, these orbs and the Manticore's poison attack, really hurt and destroy armor very easily.
  4. I don't know, it's been a while. What would you recommend?
  5. I'm aware of that and I use it. I was probably using it when I attempted the bosses I mentioned.
  6. Make Single Player Easier for a Single Player, Please I've played Single Player most of my time with this game. Unfortunately, there are some things I cannot do alone, especially boss fights. Anyway you could possibly make it more reasonable for a single person to do? The Broodmother/Spider Queen is pretty much the only boss that's doable with some tames, but everything else is nearly impossible w/out using "cheats." Even just getting into the Volcano to meet up with the Overseer is pretty much impossible. All other boss fights are pretty much impossible as well, this also includes the titans on Extinction. Taming a Quetzal isn't easy to do alone, but it's doable, especially if you try to tame a very low level one and use the parachute method. I've done it. The second Quetz is much easier to get than the first, for obvious reasons. The Tapejar is also difficult to do alone as it runs away really fast. It's also hard to outrun Wyverns with an Argy, like I used to be able to do on Scorched Earth, but then flyers got buffed and you can no longer increase their movement speed w/out a mod. I can't think of much else right now, pretty much anything else is made easier with a mod (like taming). Thanks! I love Ark!
  7. That's a bummer that I can't really help you with that. I would still recommend submitting a bug report. I don't know if you'll get a reply, but it might help Wildcard work to resolve the issue.
  8. You should submit a bug report. However, you're not giving enough info. Navigate to C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\ARK\ShooterGame\Saved\Logs (assuming you installed Ark in the default directory) and open a "CRASHSTACK" type file with Notepad or your favorite word processor. Copy and paste the contents into a bug report. You also need to provide system specifications (what hardware you're running like CPU, GPU, RAM amount, etc.). This is all assuming you're referring to the PC version. I can't tell you what to do on a console. I've gotten crashes before and I know some ways to resolve them. For instance, if you're getting a "LowLevelFatalError," reduce shadow quality to low and that should fix it (it did for me). If you receive a different error, you can always search on Google by typing in "Ark" and then whatever error you received, more than likely you'll find that someone else has had the same issue and may have a way to resolve it.
  9. You should submit a bug report. However, you're not giving enough info. Navigate to C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\ARK\ShooterGame\Saved\Logs (assuming you installed Ark in the default directory) and open a "CRASHSTACK" type file with Notepad or your favorite word processor. Copy and paste the contents into a bug report. You also need to provide system specifications (what hardware you're running like CPU, GPU, RAM amount, etc.). I've gotten crashes before and I know some ways to resolve them. For instance, if you're getting a "LowLevelFatalError," reduce shadow quality to low and that should fix it (it did for me). If you receive a different error, you can always search on Google by typing in "Ark" and then whatever error you received, more than likely you'll find that someone else has had the same issue and may have a way to resolve it.
  10. You should submit a bug report. However, you're not giving enough info. Navigate to C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\ARK\ShooterGame\Saved\Logs (assuming you installed Ark in the default directory) and open a "CRASHSTACK" type file with Notepad or your favorite word processor. Copy and paste the contents into a bug report. You also need to provide system specifications (what hardware you're running like CPU, GPU, RAM amount, etc.). This is all assuming you're referring to the PC version. I can't tell you what to do on a console. I'm trying to help you right now, because most of my Ark hours have been playing single player mode. I've gotten crashes before and I know some ways to resolve them. For instance, if you're getting a "LowLevelFatalError," reduce shadow quality to low and that should fix it (it did for me). If you receive a different error, you can always search on Google by typing in "Ark" and then whatever error you received, more than likely you'll find that someone else has had the same issue and may have a way to resolve it.
  11. So, when my fire in my refining forge goes out, I can still hear that sizzle sound, no matter where I am on the map. I tried it in another backed up file, but once the fire ran out, I heard it again. I'm going to start a new saved file in hopes that it doesn't happen again. *Update* After starting a new game, it only took a couple of minutes and that sizzling sound appeared again. I'm not sure what's causing it. I thought this was resolved yesterday after it didn't occur for a while, but it's doing it again. It's not s OSD, I don't know what it is exactly other than a SFX, because if I lower that volume its volume goes down, too. I just realized this disappears after destroywilddinos command.
  12. I thought they forgot to do this with Aberration and then released a patch that does exactly that, give it it's own folder. Even Ragnarok and The Center have their own folders.
  13. All of the other Arks have their own folder on PC, but Extinction does not. It is located in the same one as the Island. This means to start a new character, you have to delete your old one. I think Extinction files (world, character, etc.) should be located in it's own folder.
  14. Happy Birthday beloved Ark, my favorite game! I've spent many many many more hours playing Ark than any other game ever and I'm still playing! Thank you Studio Wildcard! I look forward to what's in store for Ark's future.
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