About This GameBelow Zero is an underwater adventure game set on an alien ocean world. It is a new chapter in the Subnautica universe, and is currently in development by Unknown Worlds.
Below Zero is not finished! It is in active development: Full of bugs, missing features, and performance issues. If you would like to play Below Zero when it is finished, follow our development progress. We’ll keep you informed as updates improve the game.
Return to planet 4546B
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 artefacts…
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.
Explore new biomes
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.
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.
An ocean of intrigue
Who were the aliens who came here before? Why were they on this planet? Can you trust your commanders? Below Zero 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.
About the development team
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. 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.
This game contains flashing lights that may make it unsuitable for people with photosensitive epilepsy or other photosensitive conditions. Player discretion is advised.
- Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
- OS: Windows 7 64-bit
- Processor: Intel Core i3 / AMD Ryzen 3 2.6ghz+
- Memory: 8 GB RAM
- Graphics: Intel HD 530 or better
- DirectX: Version 11
- Storage: 15 GB available space
- Additional Notes: Subnautica Below Zero is an Early Access game, and minimum specifications may change during development
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Reminder to all: Subnautica Classic released in early access and was buggy, not optimized, the devs polished it, worked out the bugs, optimized it, added and removed features based on suggestions from the community. And with support of the Early access community using the F8 feature in game and giving constructive feedback. Ended up with an absolute masterpiece I consider the best game in it’s genre.
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 like Atlas did. This company is known to work hard, work at a good pace, and produce a finished product that is nothing short of amazing.
If you play Below Zero at the time of writing this review, you might fall through the world, you will deffinitely experience bugs… This is not a "Here is 3 hours of polished gameplay, have fun with it while we make the rest"
This is early access, being used by a honest company, being done the right way.
Get in for an early access price and help give feedback to influence this games creation. Or just wait until it’s finished 🙂
Either way, I’m super excited based off what I have seen so far!
Honestly fantastic. The classic subnautica released to early access and has grown into a very complete and well made game. Take this game, early access, is releasing at, imo, an even better state than compared how the original did. I can see this game being taken very far and I am very curious to see how it will turn out.
The artic setting is beautiful and even though the food fish and crafting items seem to be very similar, it seems to breath in a completely new life to the game. Great stuff
Subnautica is not a game for everyone, to be sure. There are no guns. It does not hold your hand and tell you explicitly where to go or what you should be doing. You often wonder, "Am I doing the right thing?" while you swim around exploring the beautiful world, barely caring one way the other. What Unknown Worlds have done is create a living, breathing world that you are sad to leave when it’s over. When it concluded, I felt richer for the experience, but a little dimmer. I wished to go back in time and experience the game for the first time again.
Then came Below Zero, and my wish was granted! This is not just another biome or a small DLC. This is a sequel, or at least it will be. Obviously it’s in VERY early access and much of the game is still in development. Don’t think of this as a bad thing; think of it as keeping you from devouring this incredible experience all in one sitting. Help the devs make the game. Be a part of the community. In certain spots in the game, you’ll see a message from the devs asking for community suggestions and input. Very rarely will a video game give you fun and make you feel happiness like this.
As for the quality of the game, it’s already promising. The color palate is slightly less vibrant. There’s now more voice acting. But you get the same sense of wonder over the environment and the feeling that the story is much more than just "don’t die." Definitely a steal at $20.
*Swims into the open ocean, hears an ominous noise in the darkness, ♥♥♥♥♥ self and closes the game*
Ah subnatica, it’s good to be back
Currently 3.5 hours into the game and I have to say that this game is exactly like Subnautica when I purchased Early Access. It was barebones and look what it became after all the testing of the community and developers!?
All the negative reviews are written by people who don’t understand the bigger picture. You get to assist in the development of the game.
In its early access state, I give the game a solid 10/10.
So I’ve loved Subnautica for a very long time. I bought it when the original was first released as Early Access. A bad thing that I see happen too often is what I see in the reviews for this game. So many people talk about how little the game currently has. I would like for everyone that says that to go back and look at the original when it was first released for Early Access. The reason they release it so early is because the team behind this wonderful game builds more on the players and not what 1 or 2 people say. I applaud them for giving the regular people without a big youtube channel a voice, which is rare to find these days. When i heard about them releasing this I was ready to buy it knowing full well how unfinished and broken it would be from the start. If you’re a person who doesn’t like waiting that long then don’t buy it. Don’t call the game trash because you don’t like doing that. If you like to make a difference in gaming for today’s gaming community then please do buy it and help out. This game is great with what they have at this time.
The First game that I’m not afraid to buy in early access! ~Neigh!
After playing for seven hours, I can say that everything that the devs have been saying is accurate. There is about two hours of story content in the January version of the game and around five complete underwater biomes for you to find and explore. I found that I was still finding blueprints and new creatures even after four hours of gameplay. I never experienced a game-breaking bug but you are undoubtebly going to come across a few small bugs considering this is the earliest version of this game.
If you loved the first game, I would highly recommend picking this game up because it’s more of what made the first game so great. New biomes, new creatures, new technology, and a whole new story that expands on the first game.
Right now, it is an arctic, less complete subnautica. Not everything is added yet, actually, there are only a couple of biomes. Nothing is really on the ice and most of the story isn’t here yet. Has borrowed some things from subnautica like some fauna and if you are in creative mode, you can build the original vehicles. It is everything you would expect from an early access game. When it is complete, however, it will most likely be the most terrifying experience anybody could have from a survival game. I’d say just get it now since it is cheaper than at launch, play it for yourself, mess around and test the game. (Just note that this game is VERY incomplete. Some items don’t have textures or even models. The game right now doesn’t actually have a lot of new things, however there is weather, ability to name and change the color of bases.)
Overall feels good.
The dialogues. And I don’t mean voice acting. Voice acting is amazing.
The wording doesn’t fit the situation. They sound snarky and self-absorbed.
All the characters involved are in their late 30’s and over, yet they act like mid 20’s sitting in a coffeeshop trying to act "smart" and fail miserably.
Maybe introducing a dialogue-driven story is the biggest challenge here. It just doesn’t click. The protagonist communicates in a sarcastic and amateur way for no reason whatsoever. I don’t get any simpy for her, quite the opposite, she annoys me, a player, with her attitude. It feels false – no one would ever send a person with such attitude for a mission of any importance even nowadays, yet alone far future.