• Cinematic Trailer

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

  • Gameplay Trailer

    Dive into an underwater world filled with wonder and peril

  • Soundtrack

    Listen to the Subnautica Original Soundtrack


Update 84 Released

Posted by Hugh 4 months ago

Since Steam launch in February, 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. Update 84 is available on Steam and Xbox One. 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 flooding leak indicators now clearly outside of the hull
  • Controller navigation and selection boxes fixed
  • Builder menu usable with swapped mouse buttons
  • Lifepod fabricator lighting fixed
  • Cyclops hatch door collider fixed
  • Disallow poster placement where wall lockers are disallowed
  • Non-localized

Subnautica Xbox One Launch Plans

Posted by Hugh 5 months ago

Today is the big day for Subnautica on Steam. After five years of development, Subnautica is ready for release on PC. But what about Xbox One? We still have more work to do.

Today, at about 6.30pm PST, we are releasing an update on Xbox One that brings the Xbox version of Subnautica very, very close to the launch version on Steam. Even though Subnautica has not technically ‘launched’ on Xbox One, Xbox players still have all the latest goodies that Steam players do.

We want to take more time with the Xbox One version of Subnautica, because we don’t think performance and stability on Xbox One is up to the standards of a released title. We aren’t sure …


Subnautica Launch Livestream

Posted by Hugh 5 months ago

Hi everyone! Subnautica is now only days away from launch. We couldn’t have created this game without your help, and we would be thrilled if you would join us to celebrate. On Tuesday, we’re holding a launch livestream where we can all come together and cheer Subnautica on its way.

Check out the launch livestream site to see when the stream starts in your time zone. Europeans will probably find that the stream is not at a good hour: Don’t fret, we will post the video on youtube.com/subnautica straight away.

Please note, this is not a physical party. You can’t travel to California for the launch, there won’t be any party for you to attend. The stream is being broadcast …