Look at this screenshot:
I just wanted to go very deep built up a base and then this message appeared.
He said: 750m south of the crash site. So i went there and there is nothing. First i thought coordinates end at -750 cause there is the south.
So i moved to this position and there was nothing. No abandonded Base or something...nothing. It cant be the island because its south-west from the aurora.
Could I get the message or not? Im in experimental so i dont know.
BUT it seems to be a little story or something. The Crew alive? He said that he is alive. I want to find out but i cant at this moment. IM SO EXCITED :D. What do YOU think about the message?
What is this? Its under the spawn point
Maybe something from the Lost ri…
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In the current experimental mode of subnautica (Tuesday march 29th 2016.) You get a distress signal and a message from pod 17 that talks about meeting on the island south of the aroura. So, here is my theory about what the story will be.
Something makes the ship crash, sending it to a stranded island. Only a fiew people survived, and you are one of them. You need to find other people, a place to live, and a way to get back home. The first thing you do is weld the escape pod back together, and get it up and working again. Soon enough you will get some messages on where to meet, and by that time you have learned about all te fish you can find in safe shallows, including gasopods & rabit rays, Stalkers, and Sandsharks. You meet up with the oth…
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Good evening everybody. Just need some help here:
So I built my Cyclops a while back, and as I was driving it past a pillar formation in the Safe Shallows, it got stuck. I was able to ram it away from the formation with my Seamoth, but it still wouldn't move around and could only go up and down.
I've tried using floaters, driving it in multiple directions, and the good ol' boat slamming technique. None have worked. Any help or advice on what I should do? Thanks.Read more >
After leaving the game paused for at least 8 hours, stuff started to go crazy.
This is only the beginning of all of the glitchiness. I'm going to leave the game paused over night and see what else happens.
EDIT: I forgot to check the game and accidentaly turned off my computer. I'm going to try to leave it running again all night and come back tomorrow to see what happens.Read more >
Here we have a sandshark with an odd growth coming out of its head.
This strange mass of polygons appears to be glowing, which might be partially caused by bioluminescent parts of the sandshark.
This variation of class 1 glitch transformations will have to be put into a new category called class 1-A glitch transformations (unrecognizable shape attached to an otherwise normal object).Read more >
Hello, I think I have found something juicy under the Aurora. You know that the first Lost River area 1 is being developed next to the Blood Kelp Zone, well, I think that another area is being developed as well. First, please take a look at the Aurora on this map:  (Look where the Aurora would be and unfortunately the picture couldn't be inserted). You will see that the Lost River is planned to go under the Aurora. Well, what I found ended just on in the edge of the Grand Reef and it started just under the front of the Aurora. Have a look at these photos:
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Everyone has probably experienced at least one graphical glitch while playing Subnautica. So, for no particular reason whatsoever I've decided to come up with a way of classifying them. This list shall be updated if I discover anything new.
This class includes shapes that do not resemble a model in the game. An example would be a scanner warping into a pile of melted polygons.
A variation of class 1, this class includes objects with "glitch growths." An example listed down bellow is a sandshark that is mostly normal looking except for the odd growth on its head.
This class includes objects warping into another recognizable object's shape. An example would be a scanner morphed into the shape of a spadefish.
This class includes massively sized g…
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You might be wondering, "what would it be like to have a glitchy mass of polygons for a hand?" Fortunately for you, I've found it out by accident.
The scanner in the first picture seems to be experiencing a class 1 glitch transformation (transforming into an unrecognizable shape). Even though the device has been reduced to a pile of melting polygons, the screen is still intact.
In the second picture, the scanner's polygons seem to have "stretched" into the form of a spadefish. Since it resembles a recognizable object, it is exhibiting a class 2 glitch transformation.
Just to be clear here, the glitch transformation classes are just a way to classify glitched-out objects. Other than that, they're kind of meaningless.Read more >
Here we see the elusive Stretchy Eyeye abomination in its natural habitat. If you look at it from certain angles, it appears normal. But if you look at it from certain other angles, it warps into an incomprehensible x-shape.Read more >