why does ark take so long to load

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ARK, or ARK: Survival Evolved, is a game that takes up the majority of your hard drive. This means that when you boot it up and start playing, it has to take time loading all of the data from your computer’s hard drive before you can actually play. The question is – why does this happen? To answer this question we will look at two main factors: how much space ARK takes up and how fast your PC is with reading/writing data.

It is important to note that ARK takes up a lot of space. The game itself will take up about 20 GB, but then if you install the full DLC for it and all of its expansion packs, your hard drive could be taken over by as much as 50-70 GB! This means that when starting up ARK there needs to be enough free space on your computer’s hard drive before running this game so it can load quickly. One way to solve this problem would be installing an SSD (Solid State Drive) instead of using a traditional HDD (Hard Disk Drive).

The second factor we need to consider is how fast your PC reads/writes data from the internet or elsewhere in order to process everything needed for loading the game. This is what we call the “internet connection speed”.

One way to solve this problem would be installing an SSD instead of using a traditional HDD. An SSD (Solid State Drive) can load data much faster than an HDD, and as such will allow ARK to load quicker because it doesn’t have to read/write so many bits of information simultaneously from two separate disks in order to process everything needed for loading the game. The second factor we need to consider is how fast your PC reads/writes data from the internet or elsewhere in order to process everything needed for loading the game. This is what we call the “Internet Connection Speed.” If you are on WiFi then make sure you optimize your wireless signal by keeping objects away from the router and always using a hardwired ethernet cord when possible.

The second factor we need to consider is how fast your PC reads/writes data from the internet or elsewhere in order to process everything needed for loading the game. This is what we call “Internet Connection Speed”. If you are on WiFi then make sure you optimize your wireless signal by keeping objects away from the router and always using a hardwired ethernet cord when possible. For those of us who use Ethernet, it may be necessary to upgrade our network hardware if it doesn’t support gigabit speeds at 100mbps (megabytes per second).

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Video games are notoriously heavy on the hardware requirements. As a result, it takes more time to load and open an ARK server than other video game servers like Minecraft or Counter-Strike Global Offensive because of all the assets that need to be loaded into memory for your client’s computer. We streamline this process by preloading as many resources as possible while you’re in our loading screen; but there will inevitably still be some lag when joining any multiplayer session with 100+ players due to how much data needs to be processed at once.

We have not yet released anything new that would contribute significantly to increased loading times from previous versions – so if you were experiencing long load times before then we recommend performing a clean install of the latest