Subnautica And Subnautica Below Zero Coming to Nintendo Switch

Subnautica And Subnautica Below Zero Coming to Nintendo Switch

If you tuned into the Nintendo Indie World Showcase this week, you already know the very big news; Subnautica and Subnautica: Below Zero are coming to the Nintendo Switch in 2021!

The developers at Unknown World have been hard at work behind-the-scenes, in partnership with Shiny Shoe and Unity Professional Services, to bring both titles to the Nintendo platform.

They are excited to finally be able to share this work with everyone, as difficult as it was to keep a secret and hope that it was worth that wait. Which in my opinion, this kind of news is very worth the wait and quite the nice treat.

I don’t know about you, but as someone who has played both of these games, for literally hundreds of hours, I can say I am happy that people who main the Switch will be able to experience these great titles.

The game is pretty exhilarating, exploring a deep blue ocean, and discovering new species, with the occasional bed-wetting jump scare when you’re playing late at night. No, I’m not talking from personal experience.

If you have ever been interested in either of these titles then now is your chance to get them. Subnautica is available on Steam, Xbox, and PlayStation, with Subnautica: Below Zero only available on Steam at the moment. Soon, Switch owners will be able to experience both in their full glory.

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