A chilling first look at Sub Zero.
Update 1/30: Subnautica: Below Zero is out now as an early access title.
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Subnautica is getting a sequel and it will be available as an Early Access title next week.
The news came via an announcement for the Subnautica Below Zero Early Access livestream, planned for January 30, 10AM PT/ 1PM ET/ 6PM GMT, which is when we’ll see the first trailer for the title.
“Below Zero is not finished. It is full of bugs. It lacks polish, runs poorly, and is missing features. We are offering Early Access not because we want your money, but because we want your feedback. We make better games when we make them with you,” said Unknown Worlds Entertainment.
The first game launched on PC last January, followed by a console release on December 4, 2018. The sequel is set one year after the original, and “challenges you to survive a disaster at an alien research station on Planet 4546B.”
Players will have to forage for supplies and craft tools to survive as they make their way through the story.
Subnautica Below Zero doesn’t have a confirmed release date yet, but it will be available to pick up as an Early Access title on Steam and the Epic Games Store on January 30 for $19.99/ £15.49.