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Subnautica: In Game Map - Subnautica

About the map in Subnautica game

You can see that the map image via Google shows you the loot locations for the Subnautica download game. I think it is a good idea. It was from a guide for steam by dep7777777.

So, in this article, you can refer a small guide of how to get your own map like this in your favorite game in an easy way. There is a new blank map created. And you can edit the file locally and add your markers as the game does. It is still under development. Thus, the map often changes the markers from dep777777’s map that they are now out of date.

I also set the image size. You can press F1 and look at the current world. The values x, y, z will translate completely by pixel into the image with 0,0. It is in the center of the map. It indicates the positional numbers along the side and top of the screen. And you can mark the position easily and exactly.

It will be possible for you to create a dynamic online version of the map for players to contribute or share their own markers. Besides, players can have this saved locally or downloaded and saved for use if the Subnautica free game has been still developed to improve.

Install the map

This is the useful guide to install Subnautica free game’s map.

To install the map in Subnautica crack game, you should find out your local Subnautica screenshots folder location. This following example is the place that mine is stored. It is listed below. Yours may be different a little. But it is easy enough for you to find. Everything can become simple from now on.

  • (D:\games\Steam\steamapps\common\Subnautica\SNAppData\SavedGames\slot0000\screenshots)
  • In case, you saved more than one game, and you are not sure of using them, you’d better move in game and press F1 or whatever that your screenshot button is taking. It’s easy for you to recognize.
  • Next, your screen shot folder will search for the picture you have just taken.
  • Copy the image or download the map from the link below which saving into the folder that your screen shot was found.
  • You can load the game, place the picture frame and set the map as you want.



The image map in the following download link will update anytime you change. The image on the display below will only update on major changes. So, you should use this link rather than the one that make you confused.


You can refer some images of the Subnautica download game’s map.

The Map itself

And after you add the picture frame for it

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Biomes | Subnautica Wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia

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This article contains unmarked spoilers, players new to the game would want to avoid or be cautious toward this article.

Subnautica features a wide range of Biomes to explore and coexist with, they all represent miniature ecosystems from the real world.

There is a very diverse range of Biomes, from the vibrant Kelp Forest to the sizzling depths of the enigmatic Lava Lakes. Each Biome contains its own set of Flora and Fauna to discover and resources to harvest. 


    Surface Biomes


    Cave Biomes


    Possible Expansion Pack Biomes

    Biome Depth Range Harvesting Nodes Points of Interest
    Arctic Biome




    Lilypad Islands




    Twisty Bridges






    • Early development footages of biome generation can be seen on a playlist from Russel Maekim's YouTube channel.
    • The game considers the inside of an Observatory, Lifepod, and Scanner Room to be separate biomes.
    • Early surface biome concepts were divided into Kelp Forest, Dense Kelp Forest, Sunny Kelp Forest, Coral Reef, Danger Reef, Safe Shallows, Grand Reefs, and Floating Island.
    • Early lava zone biome concepts were divided into Lava Zone, Lava Bridges, Inactive Lava Zones and Thermal Vents.
    • The Lava lakes is the only biome that does not contain any Flora.
    • Arctic biome and seasons.

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      • and will their be anymore fish or leviathans. becuase the PDA says that they're only microscopic life and leviathan life, what could be ... 2018-02-08T19:25:22Z

      • Maybe you'll find the gargantuan fossil still alive frozen in ice. I'm definitely not sleeping tonight. 2018-02-18T02:15:50Z

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      • It's going to be an expansion pack. 2018-02-06T02:03:42Z

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    Subnautica map 2018: Coordinates and exploration tips

    Image via Steam user Лимонная жёпа

    (Image: © Лимонная жёпа)

    Subnautica's bizarre alien life and dramatic rock formations make it easy to spend a lot of time beneath the waves, but it's also easy to get completely, where-the-hell-is-my-Seamoth kind of lost. Maybe humans just aren't built to navigate as well underwater as we do on land, or maybe Planet 4546B needs to hire a better city planner. 

    Whatever causes it, getting turned around under the sea is no fun. There's no such thing as an in-game Subnautica map, and even the really smart fish haven't figured out how to invent GPS satellites. To help out our fellow marooned survivors, we put together our own map and a few of our best strategies for finding your way around in Subnautica.

    A note on spoilers: This guide is spoiler-free. We won't give away any locations from later in the game or share directions to the fully stocked, 24-hour supermarket hidden under the sea. That said, exploring Subnautica with no knowledge at all, getting lost, and stumbling across something amazing is a pretty great experience. If you haven't gotten into the game at all, go get your feet wet and come back here when you need help.

    Orientation for beginners

    The world you explore in Subnautica is a volcanic crater, though you wouldn't know it by sailing a boat across it. On the surface you'll find nothing but open ocean and four landmarks: your lifepod, the crashed hulk of the Aurora, and two mountainous islands (usually obscured by fog until you get close to them). To get your bearings, the lifepod is in the middle, the Aurora is to the east, and the two islands are to the northeast and southwest.

    Click the map to expand to full size in a new tab.

    You'll find a schematic for a compass pretty early in the game, and it's essential for finding your way around. With a compass and this map, you can plot some basic directions for yourself using the grid markings, which have a line every 500 meters. To get to lifepod 19, for example, you swim about 250 meters due west from your crash site. Lifepod 6 is around 300 meters east and 200 meters north—according to Pythagoras, that's 360 meters due northeast.

    As for depth, that's much simpler: hug the ocean floor. Almost all of the good stuff is found on the floor, whether it's in the charming shallows at 8 meters or the inky depths at 900 meters. Whether or not you can go deep enough to find the floor depends on your equipment and your vehicles, but the question of "where is that thing?" is usually a matter of directions, not depth.

    Filling in the edges

    Since there's no in-game Subnautica map, you're going to need to take some notes yourself. When commenters or forum posters say they want a map in the game, they usually want a way to cross off explored areas or remember important locations. If you want to keep track, make like it's a '90s-era adventure game and break out a notepad.

    To actually note locations, you need a coordinate system, and you have two options: console coordinates or homebrewed beacon triangulation. One of them is cool and fun and the other is dumb and boring. You can use whichever one you want, I'm not your dad.

    Here's the first way: Everything in Subnautica has in-game coordinates. You can find coordinates by pressing F1 to bring down a console menu. Under "Camera world pos" you'll see three numbers shown as (x, y, z), where X is east-west, Y is depth, and Z is north-south. If you find something cool or you're done exploring a certain sunken wreck, press F1 and note those coordinates so you can refer to them later. If you really get stuck and you consult the wiki, you can use those coordinates to find whatever you've been looking for.

    Personally, I find pulling down a console menu a serious buzz-kill. That's why I prefer the second method, which fits better inside the tools of the game: Triangulation. Triangulation can be used for making maps in all sorts of ways, but the method we're going to use here is position resection: using three fixed, known points to determine your unknown location.

    To get a known fixed point to measure from, you need beacons, floating radio transmitters that stay stable in water. After you scan a few fragments at wrecks near the shallows, you'll unlock a blueprint for a beacon, and a little copper ore and titanium will let your fabricator whip one up. 

    For the best coverage, swim (or drive) out to the edges of the map and drop all three beacons. This may take you over some deep and dangerous waters, but as long as you stay on the surface, you probably won't die.

    The key with beacon triangulation is to spread 'em out as much as you can. Once you've got all three placed and labeled, you can bring up your tablet and toggle a HUD display to show icons and distances. When you want to make a note of a spot, get a distance reading from each of the beacons, e.g., 900 meters away from #1, 640 meters away from #2, 1,000 meters away from #3. If you find a wreck with a broken door panel but you left your repair tool back at base, those distances will work like coordinates to help you find your way back.


    There are a lot of distinct biomes in Subnautica, and some crafting recipes will force you to track down a specific biome with some rare creature or mineral. This list isn't exhaustive—there are two major mushroom forests, for example, in different and unconnected parts of the world. I'm also not mentioning some of the rare, hard-to-reach biomes that show up late in the game.

    Shallows and kelp forest

    This is the easy one. The shallows and a bordering kelp forest are the first things you'll see when you swim away from your lifepod for the first time. There's a ton of food and basic crafting materials to be found here.

    Grassy plateauCoordinates: 362, -90, 21

    You'll see the wide open spaces and bright red grass first. These plateaus have more interesting minerals and some of the more aggressive small animals.

    Crash zoneCoordinates: 453, -13, -180

    The area immediately around the Aurora has been churned up, and most of the plant life has been destroyed. You'll find a lot of scrap metal, minerals, and a few supply crates from the cargo hold. To get there, well, swim toward the massive burning spaceship.

    Mushroom forestCoordinates: 529, -175, 371

    There are two separate mushroom forests, and they're very distinctive: towering trees of flat, disc-shaped fungus branches. It's one of best looking biomes to explore, and it's one of the first places you find large mineral deposits. As soon as you have drilling gear, head to the mushroom forest to load up on crafting materials.

    Jellyshroom caveCoordinates: -355, -110, -226

    Strangely beautiful and super creepy, the Jellyshroom cave is like if you lit your bedroom with lamps made of nuclear waste: sure the lighting is good, but you don't actually want to spend time in there. You'll find an entrance quite close to your lifepod, but you'll need an upgraded vehicle to dive all the down to 300 meters.

    MountainsCoordinates: 1090, -265, 1215

    The northeastern island is the uppermost tip of a sprawling mountain range, most of which is underwater. You'll find some really rare minerals on the sheer cliff faces, and large predators are everywhere.

    Mountain islandCoordinates: 309, 0, 1080

    The northeastern island is larger than the southwestern one, and it's covered with more tunnels and places to get lost. You'll find a lot of gold and lithium in the caves, and the large alien tower on the northern tip is going to be an important part of your adventures.

    Underwater islandsCoordinates: -85, -66, 635

    Large alien membranes act like floatation devices, holding a large archipelago suspended under the surface. These are a good place to find diamonds without going too deep, as long as you can avoid being eaten.

    Floating islandCoordinates: -620, 0, -967

    The underwater islands' more famous, more successful cousin, the floating island managed to gather enough weird alien membranes to breach the surface and stay up there. On the surface is a dense rainforest full of edible plants and crops you'll want to take back to your home garden for food. You'll also find quite a lot of tech and architectural blueprints in the old ruins scattered around.

    DunesCoordinates: -1101, -213, 342

    One of the best places to find large mineral deposits is also the most dangerous. The dunes are dark and murky with silt and sand even on a sunny afternoon, so watch your back. When you start drilling, it really ticks off the neighbors.

    Blood kelpCoordinates: -977, -315, -532

    When it's time to suck it up and head into that deep water, that bad water, you're probably looking for blood kelp. Skeletal kelp vines drop valuable organic matter, and you'll find other hard-to-find crafting materials like gel sacks, uraninite, and deep shrooms.

    Grand ReefCoordinates: -435, -319, -991

    It's deep and there are some pretty serious predators, but the Grand Reef is gorgeous to look at. If you can dodge the floating anchor pods, you'll find some of the most diverse mineral deposits in the game. There are also two very large sunken wrecks to explore for some good tech blueprints.

    New Map Usable with Picture Frame

    New Map Usable with Picture Frame

    The new map in Subnautica free game is available for you to explore. With this map, you can see the key locations. They are marked. And it’s pretty easy for you to find items in zones. It is ready to use with the in-game Picture Frame. And thus, you will always know your position.


    In this article, we will show you two downloads including Map PSD and Map JPG. You can get both of them by clicking the link below.

    • Map JPG(to be put into steam screenshot folder)


    Also, we will introduce to you the some instructions to enjoy the new map of Subnautica crack with Picture Frame. There are two parts including In Game Map Installation and How to find most up to date biomes.

    • In Game Map Installation
    • To use the new map in the Subnautic game free, you must have the Picture Frame  scanned and it is ready for you to create. If you don’t get it, you can’t find out it in some wreck locations.
    • The next step you should do is to locate Subnautica install location, for example, mine is I:\Games\Steam\steamapps\common\Subnautica\
    • After that, you need to open Screenshot location at address \Subnautica\SNAppData\SavedGames\slot0004\screenshots. You should remember that “slotXXXX” is for the save file that you want to use.
    • Then, you will place “Updated Ingame Map.JPG” into Screenshot folder.
    • Finally, in Subnautica crack game, you place Picture Frame on the wall. Click on to add a photo from Screenshots folder.
    • How to find most up to date biomes

    Everything is pretty simple and easy for you to implement. Let’s see the way to explore most of the up to date biomes in Subnautica game free

    • The first thing you have to accomplish is to locate Subnautica install location. Mine is I:\Games\Steam\steamapps\common\Subnautica\
    • After you locate Subnautica install location, you will move to the current build location. Currently, its address is \Subnautica\SNUnmanagedData\Build18
    • The final step is to scroll until you see “biomeMap.png.”


    Screenshots are the important part in Subnautica crack game. They are the collection of images showing locations marked on the map. They contain parameters, symbols, figures allow you to know exactly the position of areas, depth, and items. Explore them now!


    • The original idea for Subnautica free game new map was posted by Taiphoz. Click here to learn about In-Game Map
    • The map locations found from Subnautica Wiki .

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    MartinSGill/SubnauticaWatcher: Adds a "live" map to the Subnautica game.


    This mod adds a "live" map to the Subnautica game. This can be considered a spoiler for the game.

    Should the Subnautica development team ever add an auto-map or ingame map feature, this mod will be obsoleted.


    I tend to get lost a lot in Subnautica. Exploring is great fun, but once I've found something, once I know where something is, I really want to be able to find it again. Beacons help a great deal, but for some things, like resources, when I don't have a beacon available or when I simply want to know which way to turn to get to a biome a map is invaluable.

    If I were really trapped on 4546B I'd definitely be drawing a map, pinning it to wall in my cyclops, or drawing it in AlterraPaint on my PDA.

    This mod is my personal answer to not having an in-game map. I'm making it available as I'm sure there must be at least one other person that would like an in-game (ish) map.


    Check out the List of Features.

    Change Log

    • v0.4 - Day / Night indicator
    • v0.5 - Leviathan Spawns now in their own layer.
    • v0.6 - Now able to automatically switch to correct base layer (e.g. Lost River, Lava Zone)
    • v0.7 - Installer now handles cases where Subnautica is not in the default Steam library.
    • v0.8 - New and updated biome layers
    • v0.9 - Player view direction now indicated on map


    The instructions below should work for experienced users. If you're struggling with the installation, take a look at the The Really Detailed Installation Guide

    Warning: While attempts have been made to ensure this mod does not interfere with other mods, this cannot be guaranteed.

    Warning: You may need to repeat steps 4 to 6 whenever Steam updates Subnautica.

    1. Download the latest Release zip
    2. Extract the zip into your Subnautica installation folder, (usually Steam\steamapps\common\Subnautica)
    3. Unless updating, or unless you have another mod installed it should not normally require overwriting of anything.
    4. In your Steam\steamapps\common\Subnautica\SubnauticaWatcherInstaller folder run SubnauticaWatcherInstaller.exe
    5. Click the "Install" button.
    6. Check for errors, then exit SubnauticaWatcherInstaller.exe.


    1. Run Subnautica as usual
    2. Open Steam Overlay (usually by pressing "shift-tab")
    3. Select "Web Browser"
    4. Enter the URL: http://localhost:63030


    Untrusted Publisher / Application

    If you receive this warning from Windows, it's because this application isn't signed.

    If you decide you want to trust this program, or you've read the source code and assured yourself it's benign, then you can run the program anyway.

    My install is not detected!

    The installer should correctly find Subnautica in almost all cases. One edge case where it fails to correctly detect your install location is if you've moved your install.

    For example you installed Subnautica in the default location, then moved or re-installed it on a different drive.

    The problem is that the default/old installation folder (usually c:\program files (x86)\steam\steamapps\common\Subnautica) still exists.

    Please delete or rename this folder and try installing again.

    Steam -102 Error

    It's been reported that sometimes you get an error from Steam when typing the full URL into the Overlay Browser. Using merely localhost:63030 without the protocol part (http://) appears to work around this issue.


    As of version 0.3.0 the installer creates logs to help with error reporting and resolving issues.

    You can find the logs in Steam\steamapps\common\Subnautica\SubnauticaWatcherInstaller\Logs\{date}.log

    Restore Subnautica to pristine state

    1. Delete folder Steam\steamapps\common\Subnautica\Subnautica_Data\Managed
    2. This will remove not only this mod, but every single other mod/tools/change you've made to this folder.
    3. Open Steam
    4. Find Saubnautica in your games list
    5. Right-click and Select 'Properties'
    6. On the 'Local Files' tab click on 'Verify Integrity of Game Files...'

    This will cause steam to re-download all files that might have been changed by this mod, or other programs/mods.

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