You can find it in your tribe settings. Then have the founder or admin of the new tribe invite the owner of the old tribe. When accepting the tribe invitation, select the ” Merge Tribe ” option.
Tribe Names: You shall not change your tribe name more than once within a 30day period, if you require the name to be changed you are required to get approval from the admin, due to raiders changing their names while raiding to hide who was causing it, any unauthorised changes will result in a permaban!
If you leave the tribe, the Dino will leave with you. When you join or make a tribe, any Dino you have will be in the tribe. Other people in your tribe will be able give commands to your Dino that they did not tame.
You can ‘t. Don’t want to be crass, but you can ‘t unmerge a tribe. That’s the simple truth of it. Everything would have to be unclaimed and given to the other tribe.
To check who’s online, you have to press Shift+Tab to open the steam menu thing. Once at the menu, click on “View Players” in the box labeled “Friends”. You’ll be able to see who’s online, although it displays the steam names instead of the names they have in game.
Pretty sure you can take your save game from singleplayer and just move it onto a dedicated server and have all your stuff there. You can whitelist certain people so that only they are allowed.
No. There is currently no cross-platform play on the Switch. Ark: Survival Evolved doesn’t offer a lot in terms of cross-platform play. The only cross-platform play available is Android/iOS and Xbox One/Windows 10 Store.
Ark: Survival Evolved is getting split-screen multiplayer both online and locally on Xbox One, developer Studio Wildcard announced in its upcoming patch notes. The developer previously teased a two – player split-screen co-op mode exclusive to Xbox One in a report from Gamespot last month.