There's some good and some bad news in the world of Subnautica: Below Zero, as the PlayStation 4 safe fix is finally here. At the same time, the price is going up.
"PlayStation divers, thank you for your patience and assistance while we worked on identifying the cause of the recent save game bug. As we were working with the save game structure, we wanted to ensure that any potential fix would not cause further complications, so your patience with us was greatly appreciated", the team wrote.
The update should be live for Subnautica's PS4 players, but it will take time to show up in different regions around the world.
Once installed, you should be able to reload the Subnautica saves that you previously saw as corrupted, without any loss of data.
You probably know that Subnautica: Below Zero is currently planned for an early 2021 release. That said, the team still have plenty of work in bug fixing, optimisation, etc, and the end result is a price increase from $24.99 to $29.99.
"This price will be Below Zero’s final increase and the cost at full release. The price increase will not affect any previously purchased copies of Below Zero, and Early Access purchasers will receive the 1.0 release, as well as all future patches. Additionally, in conjunction with Below Zero’s price change, the price of Subnautica will also be increased from $24.99 to $29.99 across all PC storefronts (Steam, Epic, Discord, Humble", they wrote.
If you've been on a Subnautica hiatus, Subnautica: Below Zero has shaken things up significantly, with new storyline, voice actor and overal tone of the adventure.
You can find the announcements on Subnautica: Below Zero's website .