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Subnautica: Below Zero's Lost Ship adds more POIs and too cute Trivalve

Published: 22:21, 19 February 2020
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Sunken Ship in Subnautica: Below Zero
Subnautica: Below Zero, Sunken Ship

There's a lot going on with Subnautica these days, with the team doing a major overhaul of the Below Zero story, but that sure didn't stop them from rolling out another exciting update. Dubbed the Lost Ship Update, it's about much more than just a ship.

"We've received a number of reports regarding two crashed ships, one discovered near Lilypad Islands and the other near Thermal Vents. Alterra warns visitors when entering downed-craft, to do so with great care. Fallen structures and dangerous creatures pose a great threat", the team wrote about the titular ships. 

Subnautica: Below Zero's team is once again at it when it comes to cuteness overload, with the introduction of Trivalve. They describe it as "a curious creature that expresses attachment to other creatures and enjoys mimicking their behaviours." We describe it as adorable. 

UnknownWorlds also introduced Deep Lilypads, a cave system below Lilypad Islands, where you can find these gigantic, glowing flowers. This dark secluded area is rich in resources and it sure looks like a lovely setting to chill in. 

The Lost Ship update adds Brinicles to Subnautica: Below Zero's Sparse Arctic, and while they may be nice to observe from a distance, they really like freezing stuff.

UnkownWorlds Entertainment Ice protrusions in Subnautica: Below Zero Subnautica: Below Zero, Brinicles

"Many areas of the planet have undergone restoration and rehabilitation in the past month. Areas such as Lilypad Island and Thermal Spires have responded gloriously to these efforts. Whether returning to Planet 4546B or visiting for the first time, make sure to stop by and see how they've changed. We've also put forth great effort to enhance the Snowfox experience, for those who prefer snow drifting", TaleWorlds wrote.

UnknownWorlds Entertainment Subnautica: Below Zero creature called Trivalve Subnautica: Below Zero, Trivalve

To top it all off, Subnautica: Below Zero players who look up at the night sky will be treated to "an illusive, yet spectacular show in the upper atmosphere".

If you want to learn more about the dev's decision to reshape Subnautica: Below Zero's story, or about their plans to bring the expansion to Xbox One and PlayStation 4, you can do so here .

The short version is that this is the last update with the current version of the story, so stay tuned. 

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