Subnautica: Below Zero – The Map

The Map

The map in Subnautica: Below Zero is pretty big. Not quite as big as Subnautica’s map, but is still pretty respectable.

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The biomes are broken into 3 categories, and they are:

Above Water Biomes

  • Arctic Spires | Above sea level
  • Delta Island | Above sea level
  • Glacial Basin | Above sea level
  • Glacial Bay | Above sea level – 70 meters

Underwater Biomes

  • Arctic | 0 – 480 meters
  • Arctic Kelp Forest | 20 – 150 meters
  • Lilypad Islands | 0 – 340 meters
  • Purple Vents | 0 – 160 meters
  • Shallow Twisty Bridges | 0 – 40 meters
  • Sparse Arctic | 0 – 140 meters
  • Thermal Spires | 0 – 280 meters
  • Tree Spires | 70 – 460 meters
  • Twisty Bridges | 50 – 240 meters
  • World Edge | 0 – 8192 meters

Underwater Caves

  • Arctic Kelp Caves | 40 – 140 meters
  • Crystal Caves | 320 – 720 meters
  • Deep Lilypads Cave | 320 – 630 meters
  • Deep Purple Vents | 160 – 480 meters
  • Deep Twisty Bridges | 250 – 380 meters
  • Fabricator Caverns | 630 – 950 meters
  • Glacial Connection | 0 – 230 meters
  • Koppa Mining Site | 90 – 300 meters
  • Lilypads Crevice | 180 – 380 meters
  • Thermal Spires Caves | 50 – 245 meters
  • Twisty Bridges Caves | 170 – 200 meters
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