Subnautica: Below Zero
|a game by||Unknown Worlds Entertainment, Inc.|
|Editor Rating:||9.5/10, based on 2 reviews, 1 review is shown|
|User Rating:||6.0/10 - 8 votes|
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|See also:||Submarine Sea Battles, Open World Games, Base Building Games, Games Like Subnautica, Games Like The Forest, Games Like No Man's Sky, Games Like Soma, Games Like The Long Dark, Games Like Abzu|
Subnautica: Below Zero has not been released yet but is sure to be promising when the time of its release finally comes. It is predicted to drop to players in the early parts of 2021 (really soon!) and players are on the edges of their seat awaiting the final product. The below zero adaptation follows the same principles of the standard Subnautica game that many have enjoyed, but with a classic ice-age twist, adding new biomes, areas ot explore, challenges to face, and equipment to be crafted to help the player combat the cold and the dangers they will inevitably go against under the ice.
Subnautica: Below Zero will have the same design that players became used to in the standard Subnautica game. The animated yet realistic feel of an alien world almost similar to graphics and visual designs of the Halo series, Subnautica: Below Zero will be a sight for sore eyes for the players that have been long awaiting a new addition to their underwater exploration they were able to experience in the original version.
Because of the design and heavy demand, however, the game is a little rough on computers, putting a heavy load and large dependency on the graphics card and hard disk speed.
Some early access players have complained about this causing their PCs and laptops to overheat. In response to this, we recommend investing in good ventilation and, when the game rolls around to your own PC or laptop, limiting the number of cores the game is allowed to use (nor more than 3-4 CPU cores should be used, as the game actually tends to do worse past this point).
Game Rumors and Early Access Talk
I don’t want the actual gameplay of an upcoming star to be ruined, so I will try to be as vague as possible. The story arc, according to early access players, is outstanding. There are some complaints about parts of the story not adding up, but this is all most likely due to the game being unfinished at their time of play. One thing that players can definitely look forward to is the newness of the game and the exploration they will get to experience.
Anyone who has played Subnautica for a while will be used to the different areas and just about know the map and its landmarks by heart at this point. Subnautica: Below Zero, however, offers new places, decorations, statues, and even creatures that are waiting below the surface.
The new creatures are said to mainly be small and add to a credible, lively, and more engaging environment with many variants of life around the player at all times.
While the game has not been released, I cannot give it a full rating. According to what early access has taught me and my anticipation for the game, however, I am going to give the game a solid 9/10, and I cannot wait to get my hands on it to see if it meets my expectations.
- Anticipated to be great
- Has a familiar series
- Still in development
- Not sure how different it will be from original
Download Subnautica: Below Zero
- PC compatible
- Operating systems: Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7/2000/Vista/WinXP