Time to take the plunge
Unknown Worlds announced today that the oceanic adventure Subnautica and it's sequel Subnautica: Below Zero will launch on the Nintendo Switch on May 14th. While Subnautica: Below Zero has been in early access for quite some time, both it and its predecessor were revealed to be coming to Switch during an Indie World presentation last year. The game sees players exploring a near endless ocean on a distant alien planet that is brimming with lifeforms and a mysterious story. Its sequel is set on the frozen planet 4546B, full of new creatures and other deep-sea terrors to challenge your exploration. The Switch version will support HD rumble in Below Zero and may become available in Subnautica too at a later point. In addition, BANDAI NAMCO will release a physical bundle containing both games for the Nintendo Switch which will be available on the date of its release. This retail version will cost $59,99 and will have both games on a singular cartridge. There is no need for additional downloads besides patches and updates. Both games can also be purchased individually from the eShop each for $29,99.