04 Jun 2021 5:48 PM +00:00

How To Tame Maewing In Ark Genesis Part 2 DLC

Ark: Genesis Part 2 has been quite the expansion for fans, adding a bunch of new dinosaurs for them to shoot and tame, along with a number of materials that will continue this fun gameplay loop for years to come.

While we’re sure that more updates will come to improve stability or fix bigs and whatnot, Ark: Genesis Part 2 is gonna be the final piece of DLC fans will be getting before Ark 2 featuring Vin Diesel comes out, though that doesn’t even have a release date yet.

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How To Tame Maewing In Ark Genesis Part 2 DLC

Being able to tame dinosaurs in Ark: Genesis Part 2 has been a breath of fresh air for some players, as it’s forced them to adapt and not shoot everything on site.

Naturally, some dinos are harder to tame than others, with many wondering how they can get the Maewing on their side.

Unlike some of the other dinosaurs, players will have to choose violence so they can bring the Maewing on their side in Ark: Genesis Part 2.

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Like a lot of other dinosaurs, the Maewing has to be knocked out and fed berries, which sounds easy but the creature itself is pretty quick.

Many fans advise players to trap this dinosaur first with a Billboard and use rare flowers that can attract the Maewing before you start knocking it out.

Once you’ve successfully made the trap for the Maewing, it should be easy to knock the dino out and eventually feed it to get it on your side.

Ark: Genesis Part 2 is now available on the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC.

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