Ocean-going survival sport Subnautica is on sale proper now on Steam, as a part of a partnership between developer Unknown Worlds Entertainment and conservation charity Whale and Dolphin Conservation. The partnership is going down in celebration of World Ocean Day, which takes place right this moment, June 8.
From now till 10:00 PST on Monday, June 11, you’ll be able to choose up Subnautica for 20% off, at a complete of $19.99. 15% of the income from the weekend will then go on to Whale and Dolphin Conservation to help their work defending marine mammals.
Subnautica makes it onto our checklist of the best survival games.
Head of publishing at Subnautica writer Perfect World Entertainment, Whitney Henderson, stated “it’s really exciting for us to be able to work with WDC on the Oceans Day promotion and to be able to use Subnautica to help make a difference.” Given the lethal menace posed by the sport’s marine behemoths, I feel there’s a sure irony to the partnership, nevertheless it’s nonetheless a worthy trigger nonetheless.
You can discover Subnautica on its Steam page. If you intend to choose the sport up for the primary time this weekend, you may want to check out our Subnautica guide that will help you set up your marine base. If you’re not bought on a sport obsessive about the terrors of the deep, nevertheless, simply keep in mind that Subnautica can be relaxing too – simply be sure you don’t stray too removed from the protection and luxury of your pod, and also you’ll be high-quality.