The publication of Atlas 's early access was stony, to say the least, with numerous delays that severely affected the excitement surrounding the game. That said, players now have access to the new Open World game, and after a recent discovery, it is said that the MMO is no more than a remake of the developer's previous title, Ark: Survival Evolved is.
This theory comes from a hidden menu that is currently accessible via the title screen of Atlas . Specifically, players will notice that none of the options are selected when scrolling down after "Exit". However, this seems to highlight a hidden option on the title screen when selecting one of the menus from Ark .
View the menu in Ark Hosts a single-player session where players can adjust settings such as "dino damage" and choose between story and custom arks. Of course, these settings have no relation to Atlas and it is clear that this menu was simply not completely removed when Ark title screen was reused for the new version. [1
With the frustration following Atlas the discovery of this menu certainly makes waves in the community, and some players think Atlas is not much more than a Ark DLC. However, others point out that it's not uncommon for developers to reuse and enhance assets from their previous titles, especially in terms of UI and menu options Looks like they're using the same engine, probably has a common menu structure. "In fact, engines like Unity and Unreal Engine are the foundation of many games, and developers using the same engine for multiple titles will certainly be sharing components instead of building them from scratch each time.
That said, it remains to be seen how close the gameplay of Atlas Ark is – perhaps after some time with the pirate MMO, players still feel like a mere reskin of the previous title.
, Regardless of the actual game differences, the discovery of the hidden menu will certainly cause some players to relate every detail of Atlas to Ark. examine.
Atlas is currently in early access to PC.