“ARK: Survival Evolved,” which is an open world action-adventure game, was developed by Studio Wildcard and is expected for release within 2016. Facebook/ARK: Survival Evolved

In a Twitch stream over the weekend, Studio Wildcard Co-Founder Jeremy Stieglitz confirmed that "ARK: Survival Evolved" for PlayStation 4 has already been submitted to Sony. Furthermore, it was revealed that the Xbox One and PC version of the game will soon make an exit from early access.

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During the Twitch live stream, it was confirmed that "ARK" has already been submitted to Sony for certification on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 4 Pro. Reportedly, the game will feature the same content as what is currently found in the Xbox One version of the game. Moving forward, both consoles will also experience the same update schedule. However, patches may not be released simultaneously as Sony and Microsoft certifications vary in process.

"ARK: Survival Evolved" is expected for a December release on PS4, if no issues will arise from now until then. But while the PS4 version of the game will have the same features as the other platforms, the Sony console will provide various updates and improvements. This includes increased resolution and frame rate.

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The PS4 version of the game will receive an upgrade from the current 720p resolution of "ARK: Survival Evolved," as well as a bump to 30 frames per second and even the occasional 60 frames per second. "I’m really impressed with the PS4 Pro’s level of performance," Steglitz said. "I think Sony has done a hell of a lot of good with that hardware. It’s the first time I can ever recall loading up a console and being like 'Holy s---, there is some serious power in this.'"

While the PS4 version of the game is scheduled for release in December, the PC and Xbox One versions of "ARK" are not expected for release from early access within the year. Instead, Studio Wildcard is looking at an early 2017 release. When it happens, "ARK: Survival Evolved" will receive an interface overhaul.