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Posted 2 July 2023

Subnautica Deep Ocean Bundle - £14.84 @ Steam

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Get the complete Subnautica collection! The Deep Ocean bundle features both the original Subnautica, and Subnautica: Below Zero.

SubnauticaDescend into the depths of an alien underwater world filled with wonder and peril. Craft equipment, pilot submarines and out-smart wildlife to explore lush coral reefs, volcanoes, cave systems, and more - all while trying to survive.Subnautica: Below ZeroDive 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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  1. Trixie_McMinx's avatar
    I've only played the first one but I love this game. I've got it on my pc and recently started replaying on the PS5. I love it. Reaper Leviathans are still one of the scariest things in a game!
    shappinbegs's avatar
    The second one isn't as good but it's still a fun game. The area feels smaller and a lot of elements feel rushed. The team announced they're going to take a massive break before the next one so they were probably feeling a little burnt out
  2. Danny41294's avatar
    One of my favourite games of all time. Well worth this price and you can spend hours in this world. Heavily recommend (edited)
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    Liked what I played of it on PS4. Never played Below Zero so it's a good price for both games. I'm thinking handheld on the Deck with headphones for extra cack the pants moments
  3. xenophon's avatar
    One of the first games I played on the Steam Deck. Really enjoyed it and got deep into it (pardon the pun) fairly close to the end but just lost interest as time went on and couldn't keep going to finally get off.
  4. audiobirdi's avatar
    Thanks OP!
  5. Avenger1324's avatar
    I think Subnautica was one of the very first games given away on Epic. I only just got around to playing it and it's been so much fun. Now I just need to decide if I buy Below Zero in the sale, or play some more of the 300+ sitting in my Epic library, or even more on Steam.

    Either way cracking price for many hours of fun to be had here.
  6. Shoptillyoudrop's avatar
    I wonder why they put this game on sale this week
    81980085's avatar
    Submarines are in the news ?
  7. bushmaster80's avatar
    This must be amazing in VR

    You’ve even got the added immersion of physically pulling on your mask to get started
    Kai_Kinder's avatar
    It's friggin terrifying in VR!
  8. username23452's avatar
    It's a shame really, the second one has some good QOL of stuff over the first in some areas but they moved too far away from what made the first one a great game.

    If they had taken the first and made a better survival explorer game at sea where biomes and alien content was released as new dlc it would have been an amazing game that got better with time. Like Terraria, Dead Dead Cells, Deep Rock, a recipe for endless content, exploring and base building. Always a reason to come back. An multiplayer, one of the most requested features.

    The first one is the blueprint of a great game, the second one is trying too hard to be a story driven game like it was some ego thing to prove they could make story game. They really missed the mark from what people wanted in a sequal but it's an Ok game in it's own right.

    Maybe just buy this as well or instead store.steampowered.com/app…ER/
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