Although the vanilla version of Ark Survival Evolved is more than enough to quench the thirst of players for finding and taming various pre-historic creatures, the mods available for the game take it to the next level. There are countless mods for Ark Survival Evolved; however, the Ark Additions mod is one of the most popular ones. So, what’s so special about this mod? Well, this mod brings new creatures to the world of Ark that are quite unique. That said, one of the latest creatures added by the developer of this mod, Garuga123, is the Ceratosaurus in Ark Survival Evolved. So, do you know how to tame this creature in the game? If not, consider reading this guide until the end.
If you didn’t already know, Ark Survival Evolved is getting an Unreal Engine 5 remaster called Ark Survival Ascended. As of now, it is scheduled to release in October 2023, so there is still time before you can enjoy the various mods available for Ark Survival Evolved. Although the release of the remaster version means that the original servers of ASE will be wiped out, the private servers will still remain functional. Anyway, coming back to the topic of this guide, the newly introduced Ceratosaurus dino in the world of ASE has many players eager to know how to tame it. So, if you are looking for information on the same, we have got you covered.
Ark Survival Evolved Ceratosaurus Taming Guide: How to Tame & Get it
Just like taming any newly released creature in the game, taming the Ceratosaurus is a tricky process. Back in June 2023, the Rhyniognatha was released in ASE, and it was the last official creature to be added to the game. Well, if you were able to tame a Rhyniognatha back then, taming the Ceratosaurus will be a piece of cake. How? Continue reading to know.
Find the Ceratosaurus
If you have the Ark Additions mod installed, then all you need to do is go to the Grassland biome. This is the only biome (currently known) where the Ceratosaurus usually spawns. So, if you have a base in the area, start searching the area close by, and you will eventually find one lurking in the wild.
Craft a consumable
Well, once you find a Ceratosaurus, you will notice that there is no option for you to be able to tame it. Upon getting close, it will start attacking you viciously. So, what can you do to tame it? The process is simple but time-consuming. To tame the Ceratosaurus, you need a consumable called Hemoglobin Cocktail. However, the engram for this item can be obtained at level 75. Once you reach this level, you can craft the Hemoglobin Cocktail, provided you have the necessary crafting resources. To craft it, you will need:
15x Blood Pack
10x Cerato Venom Spine
Getting blood packs and narcotics is easy, but do you know how to get Cerato Venom Spine?
Getting Cerato Venom Spine
To get this item, you will have to kill a bunch of Ceratosaurus and access their inventory. Killing them will net you somewhere between 5-10x Cerato Venom Spine each.
Now that you have the Hemoglobin Cocktail, it is time to sacrifice a dino (it will not die, though). Sounds quite familiar, right? Well, the taming process of Rhyniognatha is somewhat similar. Anyway, head to the Grassland biome, where the Ceratosaurus usually spawns, and take out one of your tamed dinos and make it consume the Hemoglobin Cocktail. Once it has consumed the item, it will emit a pink glow from its body. Now, it is time for the waiting game.
Once a Ceratosaurus finds your Hemoglobin Cocktail-fed dino, it will start attacking. Small prompts like 10% Drunk, and 20% Drunk will appear on your screen as it continues attacking. Once the 100% Drunk prompt appears on your screen, you will notice that the Ceratosaurus has stopped attacking, and it will become non-aggressive. Now, get near it and interact with it to feed it taming food. But what’s the best taming food for this dino? You can use Superior Kibble or Extraordinary Kibble. Put it in the last slot of your inventory, and feed the dino. After this, you will have to wait for some time until it is tamed.
So, this is how you can tame the newly added Ceratosaurus dino in the world of Ark Survival Evolved. We hope you found this guide informative. And, for more such interesting content, make sure to visit DigiStatement regularly.
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