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Man, it's been a long time since i've logged in here, this account even has my old username. Crazy to think that the selkirk saga is ending after all this time. I followed from basically the beginning, even if i was a lurker for much of that time. I…
(Quote) The answer to this is that it’s simply be tedious to go through airlocks all the time. Things like airlocks and the bends don’t really make for enjoyable gameplay, and in most cases the lack of things like airlocks can be explained away w…
Technically, it’s not DLC. It’s a separate game entirely, not an add-on to the first. While you should play the base game for Subnautica for context, you don’t have to to play Below Zero.
The idea for a DLC has been around for a while, a…
Seamoth is STALKER 02, Prawn is WARPER 01, and Cyclops is REAPER 01. All painted to resemble their namesakes. And yes, STALKER 01 was destroyed at some point. I’m gonna come up with a more original set of names for my current play through later, and…
I’m thinking those blue swirly mushrooms are replacing acid mushrooms, but I did see a single acid mushroom in a developer vid so I may be wrong. I expect they’ll have some replacement for bleach as well, if they’re keeping disinfected water at all.
Meh, I don’t recall having ever used pipes at all. They’re good for a rather short time (mostly irrelevant once you obtain a seaglide/moth) and I suppose it could remove the suspense from a shallow but long underwater tunnel through the ice sheets. …
An assortment of Below Zero memes:
No, just... no. First off, the second article literally SAYS it’s outdated and has a link pointing to updated info. The first is from 2014, when the game was really only in a concept phase. In that time things are subject to change, and guess what? …All good things, glad to hear it. I expect great things from you guys in regards to the Expansion, especially more bird-like creatures. There must be more. Always.
Anyhoo, nice job on everything so far! You guys deserve a pat on the back…I had a dream about the Expansion the other day. It started with me in an ordinary Subnautican ocean, only to go onto land to see a mountainous tropical isle with ice boulders scattered about. I had a startling encounter with a really bizarre lookin…Supposedly the PRAWN is probably gonna stay, but I suppose they either want it to be more terrestrial this time, or they’re going to add two new submarines to replace the old ones. And then there’s the terrestrial Hovercraft vehicle as well.You DO have a very good point there. I myself wouldn’t complain but I know other people would (the same people who ask for multiplayer/weapons I would wager) However I’m rather satisfied with the state of the expansion as it is now. I’m really looki…Huh. I looked into it and apparently this is a thing but it’s somewhat poorly worded, so I’m gonna need some clarification from a dev on that. To be quite honest what I think Obraxis was trying to say is that it’s not expanding the base world and wi…(Quote) I get where you’re coming from, but a few things I’ll point out:
1. If two animals are in the same class, they ARE related. They could be very distantly related, but they’re related nonetheless. Take manta rays and great whites. Not…Both of these charts are amazing! I love taxonomy and I really enjoy assigning videogame creatures to their own families. Here are some suggestions I have:
Skyrays, Giant skyrays, and alien penguins all belong to the same class, Ornithoz…We just got a BUTTLOAD of new concept art, much of which is going unused. Since there is so much I won’t put my opinions on each for now.
The unused stuff:
IIRC, one of the devs said there would not be any more content additions to the basegame. This doesn’t mean the lily pads must be icy should they go in. *spoiler alert* In the end credits scene we see the Arctic is MASSIVE (as big as the current map…(Quote) I imagine that the asymmetrical teeth is just because its concept art and doesn’t need to be perfect. It’ll probably be corrected later in development.
You’re probably right on both points. 4546B has far shallower oceans than …