One of the most well-liked viable games on the subscription program will soon be unavailable to Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate users on Xbox One, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X, and PC. why? Because the agreement to maintain Game Pass is about to expire. Specifically, Subnautica will stop being accessible through subscription services on November 15th, 13 days before his release.
Subnautica, an underwater open-world survival action-adventure with horror components, was created by Unknown Worlds Entertainment. Since its initial PC-only release in 2018, the game has been available on PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X, PS4, PS5, and Nintendo Switch, and has sold millions of copies. It was first released on Steam Early Access. In 2021, a follow-up titled Subnautica: Below Zero will be released.
The game did well in sales as well as with critics, earning an 87 on Metacritic for the PC edition. On Steam, the game has a “overwhelmingly good” user rating with 96% of its 187,000 reviews receiving positive feedback.
A video game called Subnautica takes place underwater on an extraterrestrial ocean planet. There is a wide, open universe full of wonder and peril. The only way to get out of the strange sea planet where you have crash-landed is to leave. The oceans of Subnautica are home to everything from lava fields, bioluminescent underwater rivers, and shallow reefs bathed in sunlight to perilous deep-sea trenches. As you explore kelp forests, plateaus, coral reefs, and meandering cave systems, keep an eye on your oxygen supply. Water is teeming with life. Some are hazardous, while others are helpful.