Subnautica Early Access Game Review

Yes, I am reviewing another survival game but this one is different than the others. Subnautica is a survival game where you crash land on an ocean planet and must survive.


This game is very intriguing because the whole planet is water and you must survive and explore the ocean depths. The developers have really dedicated there time into making this game truly unique by adding many ocean creatures, including some big ones.


This game has a base building system where you pick a spot that’s shallow enough for you to build. Your buildings can range from huge to small, it doesn’t matter because you can make anything your heart desires. You can craft submarines and little u-boats to explore the deepest parts of the ocean.


Like ¬†Ark: Survival Evolved, the developers have made a living ecosystem where the fish will eat other fish or eat the plant life depending on what it is. This has been one of my personal favorites to play because its exploration is nothing I have ever seen in a survival game. This game holds a lot of mystery because the world is infinite and never ends. There are some places you can’t reach without a submarine because of the pressure and how dark it is.


The game gives you a kind of a creepy vibe especially when swimming in the open water. You can hear things swimming in the distance or near you. The thing that gets me is the sounds, i’ve heard some really loud sounds but could never find out what it was or where it came from. The thing that hooked me to this game was the building, and trying to find out what lurks out there.

Overall I would have to say out of all the survival games I have reviewed this was my favorite by far. It’s fun, has some great features, and has the best open world/exploration in a survival game yet. This game deserves a 9/10 because it’s just amazing!!!

The developers plan on adding multiplayer soon so you can play with friends, and the game will be going into beta sometime this year.

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