Subnautica: Last Day to Claim For Free on Epic Games Store

Unknown Worlds' underwater survival title is still free on Epic's store, but only till the end of today.

Posted By | On 27th, Dec. 2018

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If you haven’t played Unknown Worlds’ Subnautica and don’t want to splurge on the Steam Store despite discounts, there is another option for you. The underwater survival game is currently free on the Epic Games Store, but this is the final day to claim it. Head over to the store and simply add to the game to your cart.

Though it doesn’t need to be downloaded immediately, one must have an Epic Games Account to add Subnautica to their profile. It also means having the Epic Games Launcher installed, which might be a deal-breaker for some. Still, with the developer promising free games every two weeks, it might be worth checking out.

As for Subnautica, it launched in January for PC, before coming to PS4 and Xbox One in December. Though it’s a survival game with an emphasis on crafting, Subnautica also has a strong narrative filled with mystery. You can read GamingBolt’s official review here to learn more about it.


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