• 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

What’s Next For The Subnautica Series?

Posted by Donya 8 months ago

Hello, Subnauts!

Since we launched Below Zero 1.0 – and Subnautica on Switch, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series – back in May we’ve been in a non-stop loop of investigating and fixing bugs. And in late August, we also brought support to Below Zero in four new languages.

But there’s still a lot more to do, and we have plenty of things planned, so we wanted to let you know what else we’ve been up to and what you can expect from us in the coming months. Please think of this as a summary of our priorities – as you may already know we do not make many public commitments to specific dates.

 

What are we up to now?

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Subnautica and Below Zero Post-Launch Development Priorities Update

Posted by Donya 12 months ago
a bridge sits high above arctic spires waiting to be fixed

Hi Subnauts!

It has been a couple of weeks since we last posted to our blog about the issues we’re focused on quickly resolving post-launch. We wanted to give you an update on where we’re at with various patches and investigations.

❗ Disclaimer ❗ 

As always, this isn’t everything we’re working on, and we appreciate your continued patience and support while we track down and fix these bugs.

 

Critical Issues:

 

[Subnautica – PS5] Screen Tearing

 

We see and hear your reports of excessive screen tearing on PS5. Some backstory here: v-sync was turned on during development but was creating a nauseating “rubber-band” like sensation due to performance (framerate) fluctuations. The solution we chose at the time

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Subnautica and Below Zero Launch Week Development Priorities

Posted by Donya 1 year ago

Hi Subnauts!

We are overwhelmed by the reception to Below Zero’s launch on Friday, and the team is immensely proud that we were able to simultaneously bring the game to so many platforms. We’re also proud to have brought the original Subnautica to the PS5, Xbox Series, and Switch platforms as well. What a wild ride!

All that said, no launch is perfect, and the team has been keeping a close eye on issues that players have been reporting since the game’s launch. There are a few bugs that are particularly concerning for us, and we wanted to take a moment to review what those are and which ones are currently under investigation. 

❗ Disclaimer ❗ 

This isn’t everything we’re

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