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Virtual reality Dinosaur island exploration game Ark Park coming to PC and PlayStation 4 in 2017
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Friday, December 16th 2016 - 20:15 GMT
Virtual reality Dinosaur island exploration game Ark Park coming to PC and PlayStation 4 in 2017
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Friday, December 16th 2016 - 20:15 GMT

Sony has revealed the virtual reality Dinosaur island exploration game Ark Park with a new trailer. In the game players can explore an island filled with dinosaurs.


The virtual reality game is currently being developed by Peacock Studio in cooperation with Ark: Survival Evolved developer Studio Wildcard.
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In the announcement it states that the game is an "immersive VR experience" that brings to life a world where "living, breathing dinosaurs are still roaming the earth."

In the game players will embark on a tour of ancient time, interacting and witnessing dinosaurs up-close. Players will be able to select from several different tours in which they will be able to explore the island by foot, by vehicle or by riding dinosaur.

During the exploration of the island players will also be able to collect Genes. With Genes players will be able to unlock and bring to life extra dinosaurs.

Ark Park is scheduled to launch in 2017 for PC and PlayStation 4 and will support the HTC Vive, Oculus Rift and PlayStation VR headsets.
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Raymond Bakker
Journalist and Software Developer at Moonlight Multimedia. He covers the latest video games news from indie to virtual reality and has been actively involved in the video games industry since the early 2000s.

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