Subnautica Below Zero World Map

Subnautica Below Zero World Map

Subnautica Below Zero World Map is an underwater adventure game set on an alien ocean world. It is a new chapter in the Subnautica universe, and is currently in development by Unknown Worlds. It’s currently in Steam Early Access, but Below Zero will be fully released on May 14th 2021, for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X | S and Nintendo Switch. Here are 13 exciting new features we’ll be seeing in Below Zero.

Subnautica Below Zero World Map

Subnautica Below Zero World Map Full Guide

Upon beginning a new game, players must select a difficulty mode from the following four:

Survival: 

The player must manage health, hunger, thirst, oxygen and temperature. Upon death, they respawn, but certain items are lost from their inventory

Freedom Mode: 

Just like survival, but with hunger and thirst disabled.

Hardcore Mode: 

Just like survival, but if the player dies, the player will no longer be able to respawn and the save file is permanently deleted.

Creative Mode: 

Health, hunger, thirst, oxygen and temperature are disabled, all the crafting blueprints are acquired, and no resources are required to craft. Additionally, the submersibles, a Seaglide, a mobile vehicle bay, a knife, a flashlight, a habitat builder, a scanner and a propulsion cannon are provided. They do not need an energy source and cannot be damaged.

Subnautica Below Zero World Map Guide

  • East Arctic
  • Sparse Arctic
  • Arctic Kelp
  • Glacial Basin
  • Twisty Bridges
  • Lilypad Islands
  • Thermal Series
  • Tree Spires
  • Delta Island
  • Purple Vents
  • Outpost Zero
  • Arctic Spires
  • World Edge
  • Glacial Bay
  • West Arctic 

Here are 13 exciting new features we’ll be seeing in Below Zero

  1. New Area & Biomes - It features a ton of new content, including state-of-the-art underwater biomes like the imposing thermal spires, the mysterious twisty bridges and the towering lily pads.
  2. Seatruck - The Seatruck is ideal for those who believe that the Seamoth isn’t useful enough, but the Cyclops is too clunky.
  3. Sub Zero Climate - Aside from starvation, dehydration and facefuls of aggressive alien fauna, now you can also meet your untimely demise by freezing to death.
  4. Large Bases - Base building has always been a key component in the series. These rooms can have multiple reactors in them rather than one in the center, and they can be split up by craftable dividers. The larger area allows you to store and decorate with more freedom and ease than in the first Subnautica.
  5. Weather System - Below Zero has expanded upon the previous game to include a large, expansive land portion of the map instead of just 2 small islands.
  6. Oxygen Tank Booster - The Oxygen tank booster is exactly what it sounds like. This nifty gadget allows you to consume oxygen in your tank to propel yourself forward.
  7. Sea Monkeys - There are dozens of new fun and interesting creatures in Below Zero, yet some are terrifying and dangerous, including one animal, the Sea Monkey, that foregoes size and strength for some clever tactics.
  8. Hoverbike - This new swift compact vehicle allows you to fly just above water and ice quickly and efficiently.
  9. Teleportation -  It comes in handy when unfortunate events happen, such as being eaten by a Leviathan while exploring the bottom of the map with the Seatruck. 
  10. Mineral Detector, A Handheld Scanner Room - It’s like swimming around with a metal detector that can find everything from titanium to interesting new fragments.
  11. Voiced Protagonist - Below Zero throws the old isolation model out and has added personality for the protagonist Robin, as well as many other in-game characters that will not be spoiled here.
  12. Revamped Crafting System - Colour coding, pinning recipes and cleaner UI are all new features that have been added to Below Zero.
  13. Music - If there’s anything that’ll attract the monsters of the sea, it’s definitely a base that’s booming with some jukebox oldies

Subnautica Below Zero World Map Price

In addition to physical edition pre-orders, Below Zero is now available to pre-order on digital storefronts. In select regions, PlayStation Plus and Nintendo Switch players can get a 10% discount off the retail price of $29.99 (USD).

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