The next title from the creators of Natural Selection will be an open-world underwater building game. Subnautica will "combine elements of role playing, sandbox, exploration and cinematic games," according to its newly-opened website-slash-blog.
The Folks Behind Natural Selection Are Working On An Open-world Underwater Building Game
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