Subnautica: Below Zero for PlayStation 5
PS5

Subnautica: Below Zero

May 14, 2021
8.50
playscore
Good
48th of 1361

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About this game

Developer: Unknown Worlds Entertainment
Content Rating: Everyone10+

Summary

Dive into a freezing underwater adventure on an alien planet. Set one year after the original Subnautica, Below Zero challenges you to survive a disaster at an alien research station on Planet 4546B. Craft tools, scavenge for supplies, and unravel the next chapter in the Subnautica story.

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Critic Reviews

18 Reviews
7.99
James PaleyMay 11, 2021
You’re constantly scanning, salvaging, crafting, cooking, and expanding your little empire. Depending on your tolerance for stress, this can either be a serene little salt-crusted sandbox, or a nail-biting marathon. Either way, Subnautica: Below Zero is one ocean expedition you won’t want to miss.
Leo FariaMay 15, 2021
In all honesty, yes, Subnautica: Below Zero is just more Subnautica, but don’t think of that as a bad thing. It might not have that many new features when compared to its predecessor, but considering how excellent the original game was, having yet another well-designed Subnautica, with a brand new map to explore and challenges to overcome, will always be worth celebrating. It suffers from some annoying performance issues, granted, but I am hopeful Unknown Worlds will come up with some patches in the near future. And that will ensure I’ll never stop expanding my nonsensically ginormous sealab.
Sammy BarkerMay 12, 2021
Not everyone will warm up to Subnautica: Below Zero, but it’s an unquestionably rewarding release once you begin to get a foothold into the frigid foray. The game’s constantly tantalising you with new, exciting equipment, and its otherworldly ocean is an immersive environment in which to spend your time. A lack of landmarks mean that it can be a little too easy to get lost, and the story is light and largely uninteresting – but if the act of building an underwater base appeals to you, then this PS5 sequel unquestionably has strong foundations.

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