Developed by Unknown Worlds Entertainment, is a very popular underwater survival game that has been out for a little less than a year. The free-roam, open world of Subnautica allows players to explore the depths of planet 4546B as they try to survive in their customizable submarine after their ship crashed on this alien planet.
Subnautica Hacks is a community of Subnautica players that come together and share their knowledge and experience with one another. At this point, we’re all pretty familiar with the game and know where most everything is located — especially when it comes to underwater resource hotspots. So we decided to use our findings to create a list of Subnautica Hacks.
The following are the Subnautica Hacks, or cheats if you will, that we have found in our time spent playing the game: they range from anything to resource saving techniques to features unlocked when obtaining Early Access. We hope in time more can be discovered in order to make everyone’s Subnautica experience just a little bit easier.
Subnautica Early Access Cheats/Hacks
If you have not been made aware of this already, then please note that it is possible to cheat in Subnautica while still in the early access phase. In order to do so, you must own a cracked copy of the game. Usually all you have to do is go to Subnautica Early Access Cheats to find out how, but be careful because it does not come without risks.
Now this isn’t for everyone because it does involve a bit of risk by cheating in a still under development early-access game, but if you’re someone looking to get an edge on the competition or just want a better chance of survival, then this may be for you.
How to use the console in subnautica
CheatCodes.com provides a plethora of information for console commands in Subnautica. All you have to do is go here and type what you wish to input into the console, which can be found by pressing F3 (PC) or the Menu/Pause button (Xbox One and PS4 respectively). The vast amount of possibilities are listed here.
CheatCodes.com has even provided a list of console commands that will make your life much easier by allowing you to unlock certain features or spawn vehicles, among other things. While this may not be considered a cheat in the sense of gaining an unfair advantage over everyone else, it is still useful for getting around some of the more difficult parts of the game.
In-game maps can be obtained by finding Data Boxes and creating a Map Room near your Seabase or other base. More information about this can be found on Steam user Pebax’s Wiki page, or you can check out our article that shows how to make a map room and where to find databoxes. Maps can also be found on this Reddit page.
Tired of wandering around the ocean floor with little idea as to where you are going? You can use one of these maps along with your compass (assuming you’ve found one) to find your way around.
Subnautica Save File Location
If you are using Steam, Subnautica saves the game data in the following location: “C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Subnautica\SNAppData” The SNAppData file should be located in the “Subnautica” folder and contain your save file. If you cannot find it, then go to Steam’s Settings > Downloads > Cloud. If you’re not using Steam, then we can’t help you locate your Subnautica save files as they vary from one platform to the next.
These are just some of the things that can be done in Subnautica early access, but rest assured more discoveries will follow. Check back soon to find out about new Subnautica cheats and hacks!