Listed amongst the ‘Best Open-World Survival Adventure Game, Subnautica, released in Jan 2018, which seemed like a normal survival game but had some of the most impressive storyline and saw great success amongst players and critics.
On 14th May, Unknown Worlds Entertainment is going to launch Subnautica: Below Zero on PS®4, PS®5, Xbox Series, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch However, an early access for Windows and Mac were already introduced back in Jan 2019.
About Subnautica: Below Zero
Subnautica: Below Zero is an open-world survival adventure game. This FPS game allows players to study the beautiful environment, alien facility on the planet named ‘4546B’. Your goal as a player is to complete objectives as the plot moves on and alongside collect resource, construct tools, build bases and submersibles.
How is it different from Subnautica?
As the game’s brief states, ‘’ Return to Planet 4546B to uncover the truth behind a deadly cover-up. Survive by building habitats, crafting tools, & diving deeper into the world of Subnautica.’’ There are more explorable structures to discover, both above ground and underwater, that serve as both key locations for the storey and blueprints for crafting. There is a day-night loop that influences vision, as well as dynamic conditions such as wind, snow, fog, and hail. Furthermore, the game features new devices such as the Flashlight Helmet, Mineral Detector, and Booster Tank.
In addition to returning mechanics like health, appetite, and thirst, players now have a temperature gauge that unlocks when they are on ground. If the player is subjected to cold temperatures, hypothermia may occur. This can be avoided by seeking refuge in caves or homes, using plants or equipment to warm the player up, and crafting suitable survival gear that allows the player to remain outdoors in inclement weather for longer periods of time.