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Subnautica’s standalone Below Zero expansion continues to build in scope and ferocity during its time in Steam Early Access. The latest update adds the almighty Ice Worm into a mix, a slithering monster that’s a fair bit bigger than your typical earthworm. It’s so big it’s been called a leviathan, and taking on one of these as you trot around the Arctic Spires looks to be no mean feat.
Subnautica: Below Zero has arrived on Steam and Epic Store Early Access and it’s landed with a bang. The standalone expansion set on a new freezing underwater planet has already scooped almost 1000 reviews on Steam, 92% of which are positive. I’d love you to tell you what the players on the Epic Games Store think of Subnautica: Below Zero but, well, there’s no functionality for user reviews. You can either risk a blind purchase or head to a competing storefront for early impressions, it’s your call.
Over the weekend, Unknown Worlds revealed Subnautica's standalone Below Zero expansion would be with us in just a matter of days. Subnautica: Below Zero hits Early Access on January 30th. Details are scarce but we can tell you the system requirements for Below Zero are a definitive leap beyond the base game.
Subnautica’s eagerly anticipated Below Zero expansion will be launching into Early Access on January 30th. The particularly good news is that despite Subnautica being an early (and free) showpiece for the Epic store, Subnautica: Below Zero will be available in Early Access on Steam, Discord and the Epic Games Store.
It’s peeing down with rain and looking thoroughly miserable outside here in the UK, and if you find yourself in a similar predicament to me then help could be at hand. The first of Epic’s, ahem, fortnightly free game giveaways is now live.
Unknown Worlds has announced Below Zero, a new standalone expansion for Subnautica that shifts the underwater survival game to the ice-bound region of planet 4546B. Catchy.
Natural Selection 2 developer Unknown Worlds has released the first gameplay screenshots of its surreal underwater adventure, Subnautica.
Natural Selection 2 developers Unknown Worlds have announced a brand new game that belongs in a genre that they don’t believe even exists yet.