ARK Color IDs galore. So if you’re looking to paint a Dinosaur or any other creature found within the game, then here’s a list of all the Color IDs in ARK: Survival Evolved.
ARK: Survival Evolved is probably one of the most successful PC titles out there and its adventure makes Bear Grylls’ Man vs Wild look like child’s play. The game offers plenty of realism and its theme outshines that of Robinson Crusoe by a lot.
Just like The Forest and more, Ark Survival Evolved task players to survive in a hostile environment dwelled by dinosaurs. The game begins in a first-person perspective and as the player, your mission will be to explore your environment in search of materials that you can use to craft tools.
There are a plethora of dinosaurs you may come across during your journey and they’ll want nothing more than to kill you, so you will have to defend yourself against these wild creatures and if you happen to tame or domesticate them, they’d provide you with resources and even be a means of transportation.
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Facing up to the natural conditions of the island in ARK is something you ought to do. From eating to drinking, you mustn’t carry around to much weight and you’d have to take care of your health since every physical activity you partake in amounts to a loss of energy. The night and day cycle in ARK: Survival Evolved is pretty cool too but they come with their own fair shares of troubles.
Now if you’re looking to paint a Dino in ARK or to change the color of any creature found within the game, then you’ll need the color ID. As of now, there are a total of 56 colors in ARK and they are numbered from 1 to 56. Most of the creatures found within the game features up to 6 color regions numbered from 0 to 5. So assuming you’re looking to color the REX which has only 4 color regions as shown below;
- Region 0 – Body
- Region 1 – Spine
- Region 4 – Back
- Region 5 – Belly
All you have to do is to call out ARK: Survival Evolved Console Command window using the tab key on your keyboard and from the box provided, simply enter the following command;
setTargetDinoColor r c
In this case, “r” is the region, numbered from 0 to 5 while “c” is the color ID numbered from 1 to 56. For example typing the below command whilst looking at your Dino will set the body region i.e 0 to Red.
setTargetDinoColor 0 1
Now in other not to bore you with talks, we have unravelled below a table showcasing a list of all the Color IDs in ARK: Survival Evolved.
|ID||Color Name||Hex Code|
|19||Dino Light Red||#ffa8a8|
|20||Dino Dark Red||#592b2b|
|21||Dino Light Orange||#ffb694|
|22||Dino Dark Orange||#88532f|
|23||Dino Light Yellow||#cacaa0|
|24||Dino Dark Yellow||#94946c|
|25||Dino Light Green||#e0ffe0|
|26||Dino Medium Green||#799479|
|27||Dino Dark Green||#224122|
|28||Dino Light Blue||#d9e0ff|
|29||Dino Dark Blue||#394263|
|30||Dino Light Purple||#e4d9ff|
|31||Dino Dark Purple||#403459|
|32||Dino Light Brown||#ffe0ba|
|33||Dino Medium Brown||#948575|
|34||Dino Dark Brown||#594e41|
|35||Dino Darker Grey||#595959|
|53||Dino Medium Blue||#1D60D2|
|54||Dino Deep Blue||#0E23A9|
Giving a creature your desires look in ARK: Survival Evolved has never been this easier. From Red to Blue, there are a plethora of colors that you can apply in each region of a Dino and if you happen to mix them well, you’d get the perfect mutation. Overall, these are a list of all the ARK Color IDs worth knowing.