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The active implant belonging to a living survivor cannot be dropped, however implants appear to 'deactivate' upon the death of their host, and can be removed from a dead survivor's corpse.
A survivor can even re-collect their own implant after re-spawning (along with the rest of their items), provided they make it back in time.
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As on Earth, this expansion also led to competition and fighting over available resources, but everything changed with the discovery of a natural wormhole leading to an unexplored galaxy subsequently dubbed "New Eden." Dozens of colonies were founded, and a structure, a gate of sorts (which bears the inscription "EVE" on the New Eden side), was built to stabilize the wormhole that linked the colonies of New Eden with the rest of human civilization.
Additional Ascension on Aberration from Rockwell also grants an additional 5, 10, or 15 levels as well as a unique Aberrant glow.
(Both ascensions stacks up to 135 for beating both Alpha variants) Completion of Extinction permanently removes the implant from the survivor along with any previous prefix the implant may have, and in place, an item called Homo Deus Record which functions similarly to Specimen Implant (If Rockwell was defeated, the survivor will still possess the aberrant glow icon if they had ascended from the related ARK).
Players who have completed Ascension gain new implants based on the difficulty of the Tek Cave they completed.
Gamma grants 5 extra levels to the maximum, Beta grants 10, and Alpha grants 15.
However, when the wormhole unexpectedly collapsed, it destroyed the gate as well as the connection between the colonies of New Eden and the Milky Way.