A small update has been released! This update is not a major feature release. It contains some bug fixes and improvements, and tries to fix some (but not all!) of the issues your feedback revealed after Below Zero release. This update also serves to test our new triple-store build deployment system. This system sends the update to each of the Epic, Discord, and Steam stores at the same time. We
Subnautica: Below Zero is now available in Early Access! Set one year after the original Subnautica, Below Zero challenges you to survive a disaster at an alien research station on Planet 4546B. This frozen underwater adventure is a work in progress. As we did with Subnautica, we are building Below Zero out in the open. With your help, we will craft a worthy follow up to the original game. Below
You are invited to a special Subnautica livestream event[unknownworlds.com]! Please join us on January 30th, 6PM UTC as we premiere the Below Zero Early Access Trailer and launch Early Access on the Steam store. Below Zero is not finished. It is full of bugs. It lacks polish, runs poorly, and is missing features. We are offering Early Access not because we want your money, but because we want your feedback.
Today Subnautica released on PlayStation & Xbox One[unknownworlds.com]. Obviously, given this is Steam, that’s not the most exciting news to post here. But this is a big day for us, and we owe you a big thank-you. We’ve never released a game on consoles before. It’s a terrifying new world. Without you, our wonderful community of players on Steam, we never would have been able to release Subnautica on Xbox
Calling all divers: Valve has opened nominations for the 2018 Steam Awards. No, we’re not here to beg you to vote for Subnautica. We’re here to ask you to vote for anyone – Any game you are genuinely impressed by, excited about, enamoured with. Perhaps a game that isn’t a massive-budget mega-studio game. Why are we asking you to do this? Subnautica was a big game for us. Before Subnautica,
Since, release, we’ve been blown away by the response to Subnautica. We’re thrilled that so many of you have enjoyed exploring planet 4546B, and we want to create more underwater adventures for you to enjoy. To do that, we’ve decided to build a stand-alone expansion to Subnautica, called Subnautica Below Zero[unknownworlds.com]. Set in an ice-bound region of planet 4546B, after the events of the original game, Below Zero will offer
Update 12 Jun 2018 – the WDC sale has ended, thank you everyone who participated You saved the underwater world of planet 4546B. Here on Earth, our own oceans need your help. This weekend, we are joining forces with Valve and the ocean charity Whale and Dolphin Conservation (WDC)[us.whales.org]. 15% of Unknown Worlds’ profits from the sales of Subnautica will go to WDC. 4546B is a world covered in water.
Crushing Bugs Since launch, we have been prototyping potential Subnautica expansions, working on Xbox One launch, and working on tidying up some of the more glaring bugs in the Steam 1.0 release. Today we released an update that includes a bunch of that tidying up. Here’s the list of changes: Main menu button texts update correctly when switching languages In-game menu button text colors fixed F8 panel fully translated Cyclops
Subnautica has emerged from Early Access to launch on Steam. To celebrate, we have released a Cinematic Trailer that offers a glimpse of events on Planet 4546B before the crash of the Aurora starship. Subnautica Cinematic Trailer Watch this video on YouTube. You can also catch the Cinematic Trailer on: If you love Subnautica, please consider giving the Cinematic Trailer a ‘like’, ‘share’ or ‘retweet’ on YouTube, Twitter, or Facebook[www.facebook.com].