We need YOUR help!

We want to add some content for players which newly join the huge ARC-World!


What did you learn, what did you wish to know much earlier?

Do you have any secret tips to help you play?

We are looking forward to your comments!

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4 thoughts on “We need YOUR help!”

  1. At the beginning of the game I mostly learned how to craft basic things, spending Engram Points and to deal with dying, how to locate my Gear once I had died…I wish I had learned how to lower foundations much earlier (and I still wish there was an easier way to lower/raise foundations), I wish I had learned to place Cables before laying my foundations to create Hidden Cabling (Specifically in PvE for general beautification), I wish I had learned that Toilets and Industrial Cookers are painful to place sometimes (not so bad since the introduction of Flexi Pipes). I wish I had learned how Random Mutations actually worked (I still wish I knew how they worked…Colour Mutations being Randomly Generated can be a pain when trying to mutate for a specific colour…so many dead babies), I wish I had learned that I get Ragnarok for FREE

    Secrets to help me play…that’s a hard one, I generally run around until I have a Crossbow, Bolas and Narcotics, then tame a Pteranodon, I’ll then spend around 90% of my time flying everywhere…I barely ever walk anywhere unless on large Tames…I do love Thylacoleos though (literally one of the best travelling tames in the game in my opinion).

  2. I learned the game is super fun and addicting. Started playing with a small tribe of friends recently and one started a dedicated server so we could avoid the red wall that appears if you are to close to each other.
    Then I learned how hours of labor and hard work building our homes, breeding dinosaurs, leveling them up etc…. is a lost cause because one update can make your game unplayable.
    I learned that developer’s don’t respond to hundreds of people on any social media or their own web sites.
    I’ve learned that two days of searching for a fix is a waste of time. It’s all in the hands of large corporate entities who don’t have the time to respectfully respond and give some straight answers as to a fix to the hundreds of people who buy their games.
    Biggest lesson learned is don’t get invested in a game. May be here today, gone tomorrow.

  3. I have to re-respond to this question and say thanks to the Devs for fixing the problem! I retract my above rant.
    This game is so much fun and so addictive.
    One thing I learned early on was to protect my dinosaurs. A strong dino is a desirable dino in a battle with a raptor or t-rex, and you can’t have a strong group of dinosaurs if they aren’t alive to level them up. I built a stone dinosaur compound early on with high protective walls. Have not lost a single one after protecting them. One of the guys in my tribe lost half of his and another had all his dinosaurs wiped out during a few minutes away from his base by an Alpha Raptor.
    I enjoy the whole survival concept of the game. It’s very real life as far as what it would take to live in this world.
    I love the beauty of the maps as well as the feeling of trepidation you get going through the swamps or deep into the forests.
    I have much still to learn in this game as I find that leveling up brings new and unexpected challenges.
    The game never gets boring. Their is always work to do, adventures to go on, new Dino’s to capture, and new places to visit.
    One thing I’d like to see in the game is more primitive furnishings for the homes we build and more movement features from the characters like sitting down ( like around a campfire) and emoji type interaction with other characters.
    This is an excellent game which I only wish I had started earlier.

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