Subnautica is a game where you explore and survive on a planet that is entirely made out of water. Let’s review Subnautica’s VR compatibility and go over how the experience differs over playing on a flat screen.
I use the HTC Vive for VR gaming and Subnautica is at the top of my list for my most enjoyable games in VR. Sure, there isn’t official controller support and it’s a little buggy but all in all, it makes Subnautica a lot more immersive and for me, turns it into a horror title.
Ever since its launch back in April 2016 the Vive has been set and stone at the $799 price point with the occasional $100 off sale. It has now been reduced to $599 from here on out!
This is really good news for those of you that have built a PC specifically for VR gaming… the industry is changing so much every day and having a smaller introduction price for what is arguably the best VR experience today is amazing. Continue reading →
This isn’t a review post or anything like that, I’ve simply placed an order for it today. I’ve recently been so hyped and into the videos for the different games on the Vive and I couldn’t take it anymore.