ARK: Survival’s VR spinoff showcases gameplay video, let’s you feed and pick-up virtual dinosaurs.
It really looks like you’re inside a real-world Jurrasic Park! Without the fences, of course.
Studio Wildcard, the name behind the prehistoric themed open world action survival title ARK: Survival Evolved has just released the first gameplay video of the ARK: Survival virtual reality spinoff titled ARK Park.
Using the HTC Vive’s room VR capabilities, most of ARK Park’s gameplay video is centered around interacting with the game’s life-sized dinosaurs, with the actions being performed in the video include picking up the dinos and even feeding some of them.
The footage looks incredibly cool, perhaps due to the fact that we’ve all wished to play with dinosaurs ever since Jurrasic Park came out and while it puts focus on the interaction between species part, ARK Park is said to be more than that as it also promises aspects such as collecting genes to set up your own dinosaur petting zoos and light survival elements like hunting.
ARK Park is still under development and is slated for the HTC Vive and the Oculus Rift, which means that it’s most likely coming to the PC, later this year.