Dive into a freezing underwater adventure.
Subnautica: Below Zero is an underwater adventure indie game made and published by Unknown Worlds Entertainment. It extends the story of the Subnautica universe, diving deep into the mystery introduced in the original game. Open up new story elements with every Early Access update. Who were the aliens who came here before? Why were they on this planet? Can you trust your commanders? It is a new chapter in the Subnautica universe, and is currently in development by Unknown Worlds, a small studio that traces its roots back to the 2002 Half-Life mod Natural Selection. It is the same team that created the original Subnautica. The team is scattered around the globe, from the United States to the United Kingdom, France, Russia, Austria, Australia, Germany, New Zealand, Taiwan, and many more places.
Release Date: 30 Jan, 2019
Developer: Unknown Worlds Entertainment
Publisher: Unknown Worlds Entertainment
Genre: Adventure, Indie
Subnautica: Below Zero
Steam Download – Subnautica: Below Zero
OS: Win 7
CPU: Intel Core i3 / AMD Ryzen 3 2.6ghz+
RAM: 8 GB
GRAPHIC: Intel HD 530 or better
HDD: 15 GB
OS: Win 10
CPU: Intel Core i5 / AMD Ryzen 5 @ 3Ghz +
RAM: 8 GB
GRAPHIC: Nvidia 1050 Ti / AMD Radeon 570, 4GB VRAM
HDD: 15 GB
- Dive into a freezing underwater adventure. Below Zero is set in an arctic region of planet 4546B. As a scientist posted to a research station on the planet’s surface, you are tasked with studying alien artifacts…
- Swim beneath the blue-lit, arching growth of Twisty Bridges. Navigate treacherous ice floes on the ocean surface. Clamber up snow covered peaks, and venture into icy caves. Maneuver between steaming Thermal Vents. Below Zero presents entirely new environments for you to survive, study, and explore.
- The Vesper space station orbits high above you, sending supplies, instructions, and receiving samples you launch from the surface.When disaster strikes the research station, you must improvise to survive: Construct habitats, scavenge for resources, hunt for food, and craft equipment.
- Discover new lifeforms in the icy depths of 4546B. Swim through the giant Titan Holefish, escape from the aggressive Brute Shark, and visit the adorable Pengwings. Some residents of the frozen ocean will help you, and some might try to harm you.
Subnautica: Below Zero Trailer
Subnautica: Below Zero Review
Subnautica: Below Zero is being created by Unknown Worlds, a small studio that traces its roots back to the 2002 Half-Life mod Natural Selection. It is the same team that created the original Subnautica. This company is honest about the state of the game at it's release, it does not pay streamers to make it seem more playable than it was. This company is known to work hard, work at a good pace, and product a finished product that is nothing short of amazing. The game is, indeed, still very pre-release. But even though it's still small, many things don't work yet, the Subnautica basis is definitely there. At the start of the game, I was surprised to find I could not use anything at all. Thankfully, as the game continues, things become clearer and you don't really need the stuff in the base. The Art team has done a fantastic job on capturing the wonderment and imagination of the base game. The arctic was a great choice of setting, and the environments and creatures all have wonderful new designs on the new ones, and fun twists on some returning. The characters introduced seem interesting, and the player character has a nice dynamic with their counterpart on the orbiting space station. The new lifeforms and biomes are BEAUTIFUL, although currently there appears to only be 3 biomes that appear at least, to be finished. If you are a fan of the previous title go for it, but just realize you wont get the full experience and may ruin your immersion by not waiting for the full release. If you've never played Subnautica or are just seeing SubZero, do yourself a favor and go buy Subnautica 1, you wont be disappointing.