ARK: Survival Evolved Companion
In the wild, you can't do much with them. You'd think they'd be excellent for luring to bases, but it will prioritize all other Dinos over you, so it isn't worth the effort. Once tamed, the Giganotosaurus is the best method for hunting. Should you need to stock up on meat for breeding, raising, or just feeding, this is your best bet. Of course they're also just high damage Dinos too, so they're excellent for PvP, tanks with jaw of iron. Fair warning, when trekking across a map with them, take the flattest route possible, they're terrible in forests, mountains, and water. They also take fall damage very easily, so avoid jumps of any kind. Should you end up falling off of a cliff, dismount before hitting the ground and the damage will be avoided.
More Giganotosaurus Utility Tips
Beware Gigas get nerfed once tamed so if tame try taming a lvl 140+ or whatever is max lvl wild spawn in your server a 20 giga have around 80 k health in wild and will one shot your dinos but once tamed will be reduced to 17k health and superless attributes like 400 stamina which is total shit
Fun facts if you want to know more about the giganotosaurus!
-Gigas can be found in moutain-like areas on many of Ark's maps. They have a saddle unlock at level 96.
-To tame them, you must knock it out. This is very tricky, as they can destroy stone and do hundreds of damage per bite.
-Wild gigas have 80,000 health, while tame ones have only around 18,000 health. Becuase of this, it is NOT recommended to fight a wild giga with a tamed giga.
-Gigas have a rage meter that fills up whenever it takes too much damage in a certain time period. When enraged, it will dismount you and will attack everything around it, including you.
-They are one of the few creatures you cannot take into boss arenas. However, this does not apply to Extinction's titans, as they have open-world arenas.
That's all! Up if this was helpful.