Ark Fjordur Giga Spawn Locations and Taming 

by Narendra

Here is the complete details of Ark Fjordur Giga Spawn Locations and Taming.

This species has been around since the beginning of Ark Survival Evolved and is one of the returning creatures on the Ark Fjordur map.

Although Giga can be found throughout the new Fjordur map, there are some areas where you are more likely to encounter it. The coordinates below show where Giganotosaurus spawns the most in Ark Fjordur.


80.3 degrees latitude, 81.6 degrees longitude 45.3 degrees latitude, 93.4 degrees longitude 47.6 degrees latitude, 93.3 degrees longitude 22.0 degrees latitude, 67.0 degrees longitude
The above locations have the best chances of spotting a Giganotosaurus.

How to Tame Giga in Ark Fjordur

Taming Food

  • Exceptional Kibble
  • Raw Mutton
  • Cooked Lamb Chop
  • Raw Prime Meat
  • Cooked Prime Meat
  • Raw Prime Fish Meat
  • Raw Meat
  • Cooked Prime Fish Meat
  • Cooked Meat
  • Raw Fish Meat
  • Cooked Fish Meat


How do you spawn Giga in Ark?

There are two ways to make something appear. The [Summon] command is one way to do this. This will give you a creature with a level that is decided by chance. You can use the [SpawnDino] command to make a creature of a certain level appear.

Where can I find a giga in Ark Ragnarok?

On Ragnarok, they spawn in the Highlands, which are at the top right of the map and have a lighthouse and a lot of fields. This is also where flocks of sheep spawn, making it easy to get mutton.

Can Maewings raise gigas?

THEY EAT GIGAS when they are growing up. So much food is eaten by babies. They like meat, but can also be fed berries.

Do gigas spawn on scorched earth?

They don’t show up by themselves on SE, so you’d have to move one from another map.

Can gigas break metal?

Yes, giga’s can indeed damage metal

Is there a Alpha Giga in Ark?

The colored squares under the description of each region are the colors that the Alpha Giganotosaurus will randomly spawn with to give an idea of its natural color scheme as a whole. When you move your cursor over a color, its name and ID will appear.