Subnautica to Release on PlayStation 4 this Fall

Subnautica to Release on PlayStation 4 this Fall

About time!

LizardRock by LizardRock on Jul 11, 2018 @ 01:18 PM (Staff Bios)
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Just when you thought they were done, Subnautica is back in the media's eye. This time is because of their recent announcement that the game is coming to the PlayStation 4.

The announcement comes from Adam Creighton, the general manager and director of development for Panic Button, who's handling the port. They had posted on the official PlayStation blog, describing how he and the studio were fans of the game and couldn't be happier to bring it onto another console.



Subnautica is the tale of one space faring individual who survives when their ship crashed onto an alien planet made entirely of oceans. Using what technology they have available, the player must build, cook, craft, and fight in an endless ocean full of strange sea creatures. The final goal: return home.

The PC game also has VR support, though it's not been made clear if this functionality will be extended to the PSVR.

The game is due to release this Holiday season. There will also be a pre-order available for a physical copy of the game, thanks to Gearbox Publishing.

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