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Monday, May 16, 2016

Subnautica launches on XBox One

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Subnautica Launches on Xbox One 
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – May 17, 2016 – Unknown Worlds Entertainment, independent developer and publisher known for Natural Selection, Natural Selection 2, and Subnautica on Steam, in association with Grip Games, today announced the release of Subnautica, an underwater, open-world, adventure game on the Xbox One system through the Xbox One Game Preview program, Worldwide at 12am Eastern Daylight Time on May 17, 2016.

This is Unknown Worlds Entertainment’s first console game, having previously released all titles on the PC gaming platform, Steam. Subnautica is now available as an Xbox One Game Preview, available to all Xbox One owners through their dashboards. Xbox One Game Previews offer players the opportunity to play select upcoming games in an early development state.

Subnautica on Xbox One will follow the same development path as the Steam Early Access release of the game on PC. Subnautica on Xbox One launches with content up to and including the H.2O Update, a recent update to the Steam counterpart featuring stunning underwater graphics upgrades.

Descend into the depths of an alien underwater world filled with resources, creatures, wonder and threats. Craft equipment and submarines to explore lush coral reefs, volcanoes, cave systems, and more – All while trying to survive in the open-world, underwater adventure game Subnautica. Still in development, Unknown Worlds Entertainment continues to grow and develop this world through regular updates and open development. Enjoy a sea of exploration as the world of Subnautica expands before your very eyes over the coming months.

About Unknown Worlds:

Unknown Worlds Entertainment is an independent game company based out of San Francisco, California. The entire team is spread out over 11 countries in 4 different continents. Their goal is to unite the world through play.

Founded by Charlie Cleveland & Max McGuire, Unknown Worlds Entertainment began with the release of Natural Selection on Halloween 2002, which exploded onto the Half Life mod scene. The commercial sequel Natural Selection 2 was released on Halloween 2012, and grossed over $10 million. Subnautica was released in prototype form on Halloween 2014, and has since sold over 600,000 copies on Steam Early Access and received a lifetime 92% positive Steam Review rating.

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