Those waiting on prehistoric VR adventure game, Ark Park, may have noticed that it hasn’t hit its Q4 2017 release window. As you may have guessed, then, it’s been delayed by a few months.
The game’s Twitter page recently confirmed that, while Ark Park is still very much in development, it’s now planned for released in Spring 2018, with no further details yet revealed. Developer Snail Games reasoned that it needed “a bit more time” on the project and promised to keep fans updated on its progress. The team also confirmed that it will launch on the HTC Vive, Oculus Rift and PlayStation VR (PSVR) headsets at the same time.
ARK Park is still in development and will be postponed to spring 2018. We are truly sorry for any disappointment this delay might cause. ARK Park is coming. We just need a bit more time. At the meantime, we will keep you updated on the progress! pic.twitter.com/KbM4SHEhWp
— ARK Park (@ARKParkOfficial) December 19, 2017
Ark Park is a spin-off of Studio Wildcard’s Ark: Survival Evolved. When it was initially revealed earlier this year it looked like an educational experience that would allow players to interact with dinosaurs in VR, learning about them as they progressed. Later in the year, though, a new mode that looks like a wave-based shooter was also introduced, which is sure to delight trigger-happy fans.