In Subnautica, pressing F8 allows players to give the developers feedback and attach a screenshot. Since early access, all of these feedback reports have been anonymized and made publicly available. They show glitches, offer suggestions, and praise the cool things players find. They’re also a rare insight into what…
Subnautica is an evocative, occasionally terrifying underwater survival game that thrives on mystery. While it’s great to figure things out for yourself, sometimes swimming in circles gets old. Here are some tips for getting your sea legs.
Subnautica’s sound designer Simon Chylinski has been fired following outcry over insensitive statements made on his Twitter account.
Underwater survival game Subanutica came out of early access last week. The full version includes time capsules, which are pods containing notes and gear that players can leave in each other’s games. One of the game’s developers left an early-game sketch in theirs, revealing some of the thought process behind S…
Most of your time in Subnautica is spent deciding whether to listen to your curiosity or your terror. It’s a tough choice.
Underwater survival game Subnautica is coming to Xbox One Game Preview May 17. The in-development game will receive updates as it develops, similar to its Steam Early Access version.
Base-building in single-player games can be a lonely job. You deck out a massive palace only to wander its empty halls admiring your own handiwork. Personally I enjoy exploring for materials in crafting games more than building, but Early Access underwater survival game Subnautica might just change my mind.
Underwater survival game Subnautica has a lot of things that can kill you. As has long been a point of contention among players, you can’t do much to kill things back. This weekend, one of the game’s developers revealed the reasoning behind Subnautica’s lack of lethal weapons.
I’ve been playing a few Early Access games on Steam that I’m excited about. I thought I’d report in on them.
Subnautica, the underwater survival game in Early Access, has a new H2.0 update—and it looks pretty damn good!
Subnautica, that cool-looking underwater exploration game by the folks behind Natural Selection 2, is now out on Steam Early access. Check out its trailer here—that's a cool art style, no?
The folks behind Natural Selection are working on an open-world underwater building game. Subnautica will "combine elements of role playing, sandbox, exploration and cinematic games," according to its newly-opened website-slash-blog.