Underwater cave areas - make them huge

Racer1Racer1 Join Date: 2002-11-22 Member: 9615Members Posts: 1,595 Advanced user
Caves are fine, but I would love to see some enormous underwater areas (the size of pro sports stadiums).

Please don't make this another "ecco the dolphin" game where once you pass the first few levels, you spend the rest of the game navigating 10 foot winding cave labrynths.

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  • Squeal_Like_A_PigSqueal_Like_A_Pig Janitor Join Date: 2002-01-25 Member: 66Members, Super Administrators, NS1 Playtester, NS2 Developer, Reinforced - Supporter, WC 2013 - Silver, Subnautica Developer Posts: 2,816 admin
    Well, for one thing thing, there are no "levels" in Subnautica, as it's one big open world, and if you didn't want to navigate a winding cave labyrinth you can just choose to not go there.

    But there will be many different caves of many different sizes, including some massive caves that you can even drive your large sub through.
  • Racer1Racer1 Join Date: 2002-11-22 Member: 9615Members Posts: 1,595 Advanced user
    edited November 2014
    Point taken. However, I was trying to imply that "underground" areas can be just as spectacular and fun to explore as the open water areas. It is just my opinion that claustrophobic mazes only account for a small part of the potential of underground caves.

    For example: You could even have dry land far beneath the surface, with the appropriate brain coral. Maybe it is only dry at certain times of day, when the brain coral are active, during which time you can take a breather and watch the show from above.
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  • CastleCastle New York Join Date: 2014-09-08 Member: 198307Members, Confirm Email, Subnautica Developer Posts: 31
    Right now it is planned to have large cave networks that can go from vast caverns to lots of tiny caves that spiderweb an area.
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