ARK: Survival Evolved got some mainstream press coverage over the weekend, with a piece in the Seattle Times that focused on Studio Wildcard lead Jesse Rapczak. Yes, people still produce (and apparently read!) newspapers, and Rapczak — a former Microsoft designer who worked on the HolonLens project — is profiled along with ARK itself.
The dino survival sandbox has sold over 2.4 million copies despite not being finished and despite being a PC-only title to date. Studio Wildcard features a five-person dev team working in Bellevue, Washington, and “a few dozen more working as far afield as Egypt,” according to the Times.