The new update to Survivor Evolved Ark Genesis brought in tons of new creatures that some players are having a difficult time to tame, one such is the Bloodstalker which looks like a menacing insect. This guide will show you how to tame the Bloodstalker in Survivor Evolved Ark Genesis.
How to Tame a Bloodstalker in ARK Survivor Evolved Genesis
To tame a Bloodstalker you will have to find them and to do so you will have to go to the swamp Biome at coordinates 73.5 and 79.2. As soon as you reach this place, look up in the tree and you will surely notice some Bloodstalkers.
Taming them can prove to be a bit of a stressful situation as you might even fall off from one while in the midst of training, so it is advisable that you carry along a parachute so that even if you fall you can be safe.
There are two methods to tame a Bloodstalker and the first one requires you to sacrifice a pet if you do not want one. In case you are ready to let go of a pet in Survivor Evolved Ark Genesis, you will have to let the Bloodstalker web you in and suck the blood off your pet to get a taming modifier.
This will give you an increased modifier by 10% and after that, you can give your Bloodstalker a few blood packs and it will be tamed.
The other method requires you to carry about 2000 blood packs, you will need to get webbed in again but before all this, you will have to add 2000 blood packs in the right slot in your inventory.
As soon as the Bloodstalker is tamed it will suck off the blood as long as available or it is tamed. Having 2000 blood packs will ensure that you do not inflict any damage upon yourself.
As soon as the Bloodstalker is tamed, it will latch onto you as if the survivor is riding the creature.
Blood packs have an expiry and will go out in about 30 minutes without any form of preservation. Make sure that you time things perfectly when trying to tame a Bloodstalker and if you run out of blood packs you can always use Medical Brew.
This is all there is to know about how to tame a Bloodstalker in Ark Survivor Evolved Genesis.