Subnautica: Below Zero has been publicly published in its entirety by developer Unknown Worlds. The survival/crafting game is no longer in Early Access on Steam, and all owners of the game will now download the new 1.0 patch. After more than two years of Early Access, the final release adds a slew of new updates and bug fixes to Subnautica’s immersive alien setting.
Early entry to Subnautica: Below Zero was first made available in January 2019. With many players eager to get their hands on the final update, the journey to full release has been long but slow. The mysteries of the endgame have slowly emerged over the course of the game’s two-and-a-half-year lifetime, but they have stayed out of control until its final publication.
The ice-themed DLC expansion for the first underwater survival title, Subnautica: Below Zero, is now being sold as a standalone Subnautica sequel. Many people are eager to actually dive into the frostbitten world and live to search another day, thanks to an affordable $30 price tag.
Subnautica: Below Zero is formally out of early access as of Friday, according to Unknown Worlds, and the game has been patched to create 1.0. The update addresses bugs and adds new features to the campaign, as well as unlocking the endgame for all players.
Many that have Early Access save files will progress to the next chapter, while new players will start from the beginning. The Subnautica YouTube channel has a developer stream celebrating the final version.
About the fact that Subnautica: Below Zero is leaving early access, the developer is far from through with the game. When more players conquer Planet 4546B, Unknown Worlds continues to call for reviews.
After the final release of Below Zero, the team also declares that it will continue to support Subnautica and Subnautica. As a continuation of the original game’s plot, Subnautica: Below Zero has also received positive reviews.
Players will once again be immersed in an outer world expedition, but this time it will be frozen over, incorporating land discovery into the gaming recipe. Players would have to discover the facts about an abandoned research outpost while avoiding deadly predators and the cold, harsh elements.
Any games are doomed to be released in early access due to a lack of funding or technical issues. The popularity of the first game, as well as player interest for Subnautica: Below Zero, has finally pushed the sequel to completion. If Below Zero sells well enough in the coming weeks and months, Unknown Worlds will decide to release more games in the burgeoning series.