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Subnautica is now free on the Epic Store for a limited time

Subnautica was released very early this year on PC and just recently made a splash on PS4 and Xbox One. People kind of slept on it for a while but the console versions have given it a renewed sense of vigor, on top of a pretty killer new pr...

 
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Subnautica's 1.0 update hits Xbox One in three weeks

Exploration fans shouldn't miss Subnautica. The underwater alien adventure game does a masterful job of stoking curiosity and fear. It's best on PC, but there's also an Xbox One version if that's where you're looking play. Next month, Subna...

 
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I'm so down for Subnautica's standalone expansion

Just last week, I was searching for an excuse to cover something, anything, about the upcoming Subnautica expansion. The survival game has been on my mind a lot lately, and while I'm too preoccupied with other stuff to want to replay it, I'...

 
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Review: Subnautica

Subnautica is an explorer's dream. In the distant future, you're seemingly the sole survivor of a disastrous crash landing on a vibrant ocean planet. Stranded with little more than a lifepod and a rather magical fabricator that can turn res...

 
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Subnautica exits Steam Early Access in two weeks

The end is in sight for Subnautica's run on Steam Early Access. The aquatic alien survival game appeared on Steam in December 2014, and the team at Unknown Worlds has been making steady progress ever since. It's rare that I get all that int...

 
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Subnautica's new update awakens ancient alien technology

With a name like "Precursors," you should know not to trifle with them. But this is Subnautica, a game about poking around an alien ocean and generally not minding your own business. If there's dormant deep-sea technology to disturb and wi...

 
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Subnautica has more monsters for us to avoid

Yikes! I prefer to play Subnautica as a serene underwater exploration type of experience, but sometimes, the Early Access game has other ideas in mind for my lone survivor. Sometimes, there are horrible nightmare beasts, and you don't have...

 
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Subnautica comes to Xbox One on April 1

[Update: The Xbox One Preview Program launch of Subnautica has been pushed back, according to the developers. "We're still working on it. Probably another month."] The last I heard about Unknown Worlds bringing its underwater survival adven...

 
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Subnautica's farming update is more my speed

Despite survival-game fatigue, I ended up getting Subnautica a few weeks back. The recent H2.0 update (hah) introduced a tool for scanning creatures and plants, and unsurprisingly, that did the trick. I couldn't hold out any longer for the ...

 
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I want to scan everything in Subnautica

Welp, I think they've done it. I think I need to get Subnautica and spend the weekend scouring the depths for weird alien creatures. It was a good run while it lasted! My original plan for this underwater exploration title was to wait for U...

 
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An Xbox One port of Subnautica is in development

I love Subnautica, the fantastic underwater survival simulator currently being developed by Unknown Worlds Entertainment. I will never shut up about how good it is, and I will never stop demanding that everybody with a decent enough PC play...

 
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DNA splicing will make you a better you in Subnautica

Natural Selection began life in 2002 as a mod that successfully married the first-person shooter and real-time strategy genres. It's since gone on to eat up the last 12 years of developer Unknown Worlds' time as they created a sequel, and e...

 
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Unknown Worlds' next game is Subnautica

The studio behind Natural Selection 2 has started talking about its next big project, Subnautica. Described as "an open world, underwater exploration and construction game," this wonderful-sounding game is very much in its early days. "Subn...

 

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