The Epic Games Store Subnautica giveaway is now live, affording early adopters of the brand-new digital game distribution service a chance to get a great survival game completely for free on the platform.

Subnautica is a rarity in the gaming world – an open world survival crafting game that’s actually finished. (I know, I can hardly believe it myself!) It turned out to be a pretty great experience in the end and now it has an expandalone on the way along with a PlayStation 4 port. Take a peek at the game’s cinematic trailer to get a feel for the world:

The Epic Games Store Subnautica giveaway is now live, meaning that you can get the game completely for free. It’s certainly a fine title that will easily get you dozens of hours of excellent gameplay to enjoy.

Subnautica is the first of what will be a rotating selection of games offered up for free on the Epic Games Store. These deals will be taking place throughout 2019 with a new game available every two weeks; Subnautica is set to be available until December 27, 2018. After that, Super Meat Boy will be available through January 10th before it gets replaced by a yet to be announced game.

If you’d like to take advantage of the Epic Games Store Subnautica giveaway, all you have to do is pop over to the game’s page on the storefront. Of course, you’ll also need to create an account and download the Epic Games Launcher in order to play it. If the Epic Games Store isn’t your kind of jam, you can instead pick it up on Steam or the Humble Store for $24.99 or your regional equivalent. Console players can get it for the PlayStation 4 on the PlayStation Store and for the Xbox One at the Microsoft Store at the price of $29.99.

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What do you think of the Epic Games Store Subnautica giveaway? Is this particular title enough of a draw to get you to install their client? Let us know in the comments below!

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I've had a controller in my hand since I was 4 and I haven't stopped gaming since. CCGs, Tabletop Games, Pen & Paper RPGs - I've tried a whole bunch of stuff over the years and I'm always looking to try more!