Creatures in Ark Survival Evolved serve a plethora of purposes. The versatile creatures, when tamed, can be used for storing items, mounting, base defending, hunting, etc. However, taming them can be really tricky, convoluted, and, most importantly, time-consuming. At times like these, you might wonder if there was a quicker way to tame creatures. Well, worry not. In this article, we will show you how to force tame creatures in Ark: Survival Evolved for PC, Xbox, and PS4.
Force taming is a functionality that enables players to instantly calm down hostile wild creatures to make them usable for various activities. This means that you don’t have to go through convoluted taming procedures. Moreover, you can tame creatures that are supposedly untameable, and you can also ride these beasts without a saddle. If this isn’t an absolute win, we don’t know what is. All in all, force taming is like an authentic hack implemented in the game that only a few players know about. Keep reading this article to learn how to force tame in Ark Survival Evolved.
ARK Survival Evolved Force Tame command for Xbox, PC, and PS4
As we’ve stated before, the force-taming process is like a cheat code. So, to use this cheat code, you need to open the admin console in Ark Survival Evolved. Keep reading to learn how to open the console on the platform on which you are playing the game.
For PC users, it is a straightforward procedure. Simply press Tab on your keyboard, and the console screen should pop up. For console users, first, pause the game. Next, on Xbox, you need to press the LB+RB+X+Y buttons on your controller simultaneously to open the admin command console. On PS4, press L1+R1+Square+Triangle simultaneously on your controller. Now that you know how to open the admin console, you are ready to move on to the main section. Anyway, while you’re here, feel free to check out this article on how to get Clay in 7 Days to Die on Xbox and PS4.
Point Crosshair to a Wild creature and open the console
First, you need to find a creature that you want to tame. Upon doing so, approach it cautiously and point your crosshair at the creature. With the crosshair pointed at the creature, open the admin console using the guide provided in the previous section. Now, type “forcetame” (without the inverted commas). Take special care not to include spaces or change the character cases, or else the trick won’t work.
Note: This trick works only for single-player games. To force tame in multiplayer, you need to be the admin of your server or have admin privileges, and enter the ‘EnableCheats (Admin Password)’ command in the admin console.
How to Forcetame multiple creatures?
Now that you know how to force-tame a single creature, you might be wondering, “Can I reduce even more effort by force-taming multiple creatures at the same time?” Well, yes, you can, and it’s also easy to pull off. And, no, you don’t have to force tame multiple creatures individually.
When there are multiple creatures in your vicinity, simply open the console and type the “ForceTameAOE<insert radius>” command. Replace “insert radius” with a number to indicate the value of the radius around you. By default, this value is 2000. Do this, and all creatures within the radius specified by you will be tamed.
So, finally, you can force-tame any creature that you come across in Ark Survival Evolved with no strings attached. It’s easy, nothing’s on the line, and you save a lot of time. If you enjoyed reading this article, feel free to follow Android Gram for such guides in the future.