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Unknown Worlds Entertainment has put out a new update for the Switch edition of Subnautica. Players can access version 67869, which contains a trio of fixes.

Below are the patch notes:

After it was announced last August, Subnautica debuted on Switch this week. A new graphical comparison has now emerged for the Switch and Xbox One versions.

Here’s the full video.

Subnautica and Subnautica: Below Zero have both landed on Switch today, and we now have footage of both titles running on Nintendo’s console. Check out a couple of gameplay videos below.

Subnautica and Subnautica: Below Zero are being sold together physically as a single pack. If you opt to go digital, they’re available separately.

Unknown Worlds’ adventure games have been dated for Switch. It’s been revealed that the original Subnautica, in addition to its sequel Subnautica: Below Zero, will both be launching on May 14.

Subnautica and Subnautica: Below Zero will be sold together in a single package at retail. The two will also be available for separate purchase on the Switch eShop.

Here are overviews of both games as well as trailers:

Unknown Worlds Entertainment announced Subnautica and Subnautica: Below Zero for Switch last year. Now thanks to a Best Buy listing, it’s been confirmed that a physical version is happening. Both titles will be sold in a single package with Bandai Namco handling distribution.

Subnautica and Subnautica: Below Zero were last said to be on track for an early 2021 launch on Switch. As soon as we have the final release date, we’ll let you know.