• Below Zero

    Set one year after the original Subnautica, Below Zero is a new, freezing adventure!

  • Xbox & PlayStation Launch

    Subnautica is now available on Xbox One and PlayStation 4

  • Cinematic Trailer

    Find out what happened on planet 4564B before the Aurora crashed

An Update About the Next Subnautica

Posted by Donya 3 weeks ago

Hello Subnauts,

A few of you noticed some information shared online by our publisher, KRAFTON 🕵

While some of the news is exciting, we’d like to clarify:

  • Early Access is not intended for release in 2024, but we plan to share a lot more information later this year!
  • In reference to “Games-as-a-Service,” we simply plan to continually update the game for many years to come, just like the previous two Subnautica games. Think our Early Access update model, expanded. No season passes. No battle passes. No subscription.
  • The game is not multiplayer-focused. Co-op will be an entirely optional way to play the game. You’ll be able to enjoy the game as a single-player.

As always, we are so proud and

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Subnautica Steam Deck Compatibility Update Released

Posted by Donya 12 months ago

Hi Subnauts, 

We’re thrilled to release an update today for Subnautica on Steam to improve compatibility with the Steam Deck.

You’ll notice that Subnautica is now marked as ‘Verified’ on the Steam Store, which means that the game should work seamlessly when you play it on the Steam Deck.

Here are some of the improvements the team made to bring the Steam Deck compatibility update to life!

 

Patch Notes

 

  • Steam SDK upgrade
  • Steamworks .NET upgraded to 20.1.0
  • Virtual Keyboard support for Steam Big Picture mode
  • Fixed wrong controller stick dead zones handling (now should be easier to aim using controller)
  • Fixed occasional black screen on game start
  • Refactoring, other fixes and UX improvements (mostly related to controllers)
  • Fixed
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Subnautica Living Large Update Released

Posted by Donya 1 year ago

Hello Subnauts,

We’re delighted to bring you the long-awaited 2.0 update to Subnautica across all platforms.

This update has been a labor of love for the entire Subnautica team. As you might have seen in some of our previous blog posts, a lot of time has been spent addressing a ton of tech debt and bringing across some improved code from Below Zero.

Our goal was always to bring both Subnautica and Below Zero onto unified versions of Unity, and with today’s update, that goal has been achieved. By doing this, we’ve been able to implement several quality of life features, fix many outstanding bugs, and introduce some performance improvements that were already available in Below Zero.

We’ve also added

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