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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 Quartz 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 Quartz Much like Titanium, you’ll be able to stock up quickly on Quartz. To find it, carefully scan the sand beds for a spiked crystal-like object. Click on it three times to crack the node, then click on the item it releases to pick the resource up. Although you may not need much of it to start with. Quartz can be a very useful resource as you discover new blueprints. However, we recommend turning it into glass, to begin with as it will come in handy as you...

Subnautica Below Zero: Where to find Titanium

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 Titanium 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 Titanium Titanium is commonly found around your starting area. Pay close attention to the cliff faces and you should find a small rock sticking out. Text should appear when you approach it, and if it says ‘Limestone Outcrop’, you’re in luck. Click on the rock three times and the resource will be released. Quickly click on it to place it into your inventory. When starting out, Titanium is used for two crucial pieces of gear; a Standard O2 tank and a Waterproof Locker. As you progress you’ll find...

Subnautica Below Zero: How to play Creative Mode

In Subnautica: Below Zero, players are spoilt with a variety of play modes to choose from. But how do you get started? In this guide, we’ll show you how to start a Creative Mode game. Keep in mind that Subnautica is an early access game, so certain aspects of the game may change. Still stuck, why not check out our other guides? You can find them right here at pwrdown!   Creative Mode If you enjoy the freedom of doing everything at your own pace with no risks, this is the mode for you. Everything character related is disabled, including the story. This option allows you to build to your heart's content and then keep going. But when you’re ready to experience the game properly, the other modes are waiting. Much in the same way you started a game in Subnautica, it’s easy to access each of the game modes. Simply start at the...

Subnautica Below Zero: How to play Hardcore Mode

In Subnautica: Below Zero, players are spoilt with a variety of play modes to choose from. But how do you get started? In this guide, we’ll show you how to start a Hardcore Mode game. Keep in mind that Subnautica is an early access game, so certain aspects of the game may change. Still stuck, why not check out our other guides? You can find them right here at pwrdown!   Hardcore Mode This mode is for those with no fear. You start the game with only one life, so use it wisely. All threats are out to get you, and to make things more difficult, you’ll no longer receive any alerts. So be sure to pay attention to your hunger, thirst and oxygen levels. Much in the same way you started a game in Subnautica, it’s easy to access each of the game modes. Simply start at the main menu and click play....

Subnautica Below Zero: How to play Freedom Mode

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Subnautica Below Zero: How to play Survival Mode

In Subnautica: Below Zero, players are spoilt with a variety of play modes to choose from. But how do you get started? In this guide we’ll show you how to start a Survival game. Keep in mind that Subnautica is an early access game, so certain aspects of the game may change. Still stuck, why not check out our other guides? You can find them right here at pwrdown!   Survival Mode Survival mode is a challenging version of the game. Where you’re pitted against nature and yourself. Aliens won’t go easy on you, and huger and thirst need to be carefully managed to survive. Much in the same way you started a game in Subnautica, it’s easy to access each of the game modes. Simply start at the main menu and click play. From there click new game and then on Survival. After that, you’ll be whisked away.