Ark Survival Evolved now adds support for NVIDIA’s Ansel in-game photography tool, giving gamers tool to take some beautifully screenshot of the prehistoric world.
We’ve enabled ARK: Survival Evolved and its expansion pack Scorched Earth with NVIDIA Ansel, a powerful, easy-to-use game camera that lets you capture professional-grade screenshots in ways you never could before.
ARK players can now enjoy the biggest expansion pack yet, entitled Scorched Earth, an entirely new desert-themed ARK filled with new biomes, creatures, gameplay mechanics, and challenges that will push players’ survival skills to the limit.
Free Camera — Roll, zoom and reposition. Go wherever you want to create the perfect photo, capturing from never-before-seen perspectives and viewpoints.
Post-Process Filters — Tweak the look, feel and mood of your screenshot before saving. Ansel includes brightness, vignette, sketch, color enhancer, field of view and many other special effects options.
360° Capture — Capture 360° panoramic screenshots in mono or stereo. View these images in Google Cardboard, on your PC or in a VR headset. For Android and Cardboard users, we’ve released the NVIDIA VR Viewer bundled with updated Ansel 360 Capture screenshots that you can view today. Download the app and check it out.
Super Resolution (Beta) — Capture huge screenshots beyond the limits of your monitor resolution at maximum fidelity levels for wall prints, posters or high-quality desktop wallpapers. This beta feature uses cutting-edge technology to deliver never-before-seen resolutions from game engines. Check out some examples in the Ansel Super Resolution Gallery.
To capture your own unique ARK: Survival Evolved screenshots using NVIDIA Ansel:
- Download and install our latest Game Ready driver from GeForce Experience or GeForce.com
- Open Steam and download the new ARK: Survival Evolved game update
- Play ARK: Survival Evolved and press Alt+F2 during gameplay to open the NVIDIA Ansel interface
- Reposition the camera using WASD, Z, X, and left mouse (hold shift to accelerate movement), or use a controller (D-Pad navigates the Ansel UI, ‘A’ on Xbox controllers takes screenshots), change Ansel options as desired, click “Snap”, and open your “Videos” folder in Windows to view the results