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Subnautica: Below Zero is packed full of blueprints for you to discover. Some are given to you as you progress, while others require you to hunt pieces down. In this quick guide, we’ll show you how to research the Seaglide. Still stuck, why not check out our other Subnautica: Below Zero guides? You can find them right here at Pwrdown! Researching the Seaglide There are many forms of transport in Subnautica: Below Zero. Your first discovery will be the Seaglide. It offers a quick way to boost yourself through the water, providing you have enough battery left. You’ll be able to find the research scraps commonly scattered between 35-70m deep. Once you spot one, approach it with your scanner and hold the left mouse button to start researching. Completing the scan will add to your percentage. Once you reach 100% it will be unlocked for you. From there, head back to a crafting...

Subnautica Below Zero: How to research the Grav Trap

Subnautica: Below Zero is packed full of blueprints for you to discover. Some are given to you as you progress, while others require you to hunt pieces down. In this quick guide, we’ll show you how to research the Grav Trap. Still stuck, why not check out our other Subnautica: Below Zero guides? You can find them right here at Pwrdown! Researching the Grav Trap As you’re exploring this new world, you’ll notice Grav Trap scraps pretty early on. They are commonly found on the sea bed and are shaped like pearls. To be able to start researching them, you’ll need to build a scanner. Next, approach the salvaged tech and hold down your mouse button to begin scanning. Completing the scan will add to your percentage. Once you reach 100% it will be unlocked for you. From there, head back to a crafting station and start building.

Subnautica Below Zero: Where to find Ribbon Plants

In Subnautica: Below Zero, there are a wide variety of resources you’ll need to find. Some of which are easier to come across than others. In this quick guide, we’ll show you where to find Ribbon Plants and cover some items you’ll need it for. Still stuck, why not check out our other Subnautica: Below Zero guides? You can find them right here at Pwrdown! Finding Ribbon Plants We found this resource to be well hidden and elusive, but necessary for your survival. To find Ribbon Plant, simply look for small caves on the sand bed. They often hide in pairs, so filling your bag will require a lot of searching. But all the effort will be worth it in the end. Ribbon plant is necessary for almost all technological items as it is used to make batteries. Although only used for one item at the beginning of the game, it may have...

Subnautica Below Zero: Where to find Creepvine Samples

In Subnautica: Below Zero, there are a wide variety of resources you’ll need to find. Some of which are easier to come across than others. In this quick guide we’ll show you where to find Creepvine Samples and cover some items you’ll need it for. Still stuck, why not check out our other Subnautica: Below Zero guides? You can find them right here at Pwrdown! Foraging Creepvine Samples These are easy to find, and hopefully, you’ve already come across them. To harvest this resource, you will need a knife which requires Creepvine Clusters. To find them, look for long green plants that reach from the floor to the top of the ocean. Approach and right click to swipe at the plant with your knife. This will cut off a piece and place it directly into your inventory. Creepvine will be very useful when starting out. It can be used to make Fiber Mesh...

Subnautica Below Zero: Where to find Creepvine Clusters

In Subnautica: Below Zero, there are a wide variety of resources you’ll need to find. Some of which are easier to come across than others. In this quick guide, we’ll show you where to find Creepvine Clusters and cover some items you’ll need it for. Still stuck, why not check out our other Subnautica: Below Zero guides? You can find them right here at Pwrdown! Foraging Creepvine clusters As you begin to look for materials, you’ll find that creepvines are worth their weight in gold. In this case, they’re valuable for their clusters. To find them, look for long green plants that reach from the floor to the top of the ocean. Once located, work your way through until you find bright red seeds. Get in close and click to harvest them. Firstly, you’ll need this resource to create a knife, which will open up many paths for you. Secondly, create a pair...

Subnautica Below Zero: Where to find Copper

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