Subnautica: Below Zero, which has been in the process of early access for two years, is finally debuting on various platforms with its full release. Developed by Unknown Worlds Entertainment, the production offers gamers an experience of survival in an icing open world. Steam reviews are “very positive”, and the game finally gets its full version, which is expected.
Subnautica: Below Zero, which has been in the process of early access for many years, is released on May 14 for PC, Mac, PlayStation 4/5, Xbox Series S/X, Xbox One S/X and Switch. The game will take its place on the shelves not only digitally, but also with physical copies. Unknown Worlds Entertainment went to a private partner with Bandai Namco for physical copies.
Unknown Worlds President Ted Gill, the game’s developer, commented on the issue. Gill said they are taking into account incoming notifications, and that the game is constantly being changed in the process. The production received frequent updates during the early access process and received new content and features.
Subnautica: Below Zero is about a researcher’s adventures on a planet called 4546B, where he was accidentally killed. The researcher who crashed the Aurora spacecraft is trying to survive on the earth he saw from an FPS camer angle. The story, which is true on a planet during which the surface is im-iced, is mostly passed underwater. Players must gather the resources necessary to survive in this cruel world and fight against various creatures.