PC, PS4, Xbox One

After spending a couple of years in Historical Access, the underwater exploration and survival game Subnautica eventually let players venture out to its rocky waters earlier this year, and now the game will formally be heading out to consoles on the horizon.

Developer Unknown Worlds Entertainment has announced that Subnautica will be arriving to PS4 after this calendar year, as the studio shared that Panic Button — the studio supporting recent ports like DOOM and Wolfenstein II for Nintendo Switch — will soon be assisting the team to come up with the game’s console variant. An actual version of the game will also be coming through Gearbox Publishing, together with pre-orders available starting today.

Along with the PS4 variant ’s launch, Panic Button are also working in the game’s long-gestating Xbox One variant in “quickening ” advancement on that particular console version. While no particular release date or window has been declared by the studio just yet for its official, the studio said that it’s is likely to get the final release and updates to Xbox One “as fast as possible” to have the date as near the present PC release as possible.

Subnautica is available now on PC and Mac, using the PS4 variant to get there in vacation 2018; the Xbox One variant will arrive at a later date. To get a closer look in the game, you also can check out the PS4 statement trailer and several screenshots along with pieces of concept art below:

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