Subnautica – FINAL STAGE OF CARAR: Bacterium Infests Player, New Animation! – Subnautica Gameplay

Subnautica – FINAL STAGE OF CARAR: Bacterium Infests Player, New Animation! – Subnautica Gameplay

Subnautica Gameplay – Final Stage of Carar Bacterium, New Carar Animation Infesting Player! – Welcome back to Subnautica gameplay! Today we’re checking out the latest updates to Subnautica, including a brand new Carar Animation on the Player! Let’s Play Subnautica!

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Subnautica is an open world, underwater exploration and adventure game.

After crash landing on an alien ocean world, the only way to go is down. Subnautica’s oceans range from sun drenched shallow coral reefs to treacherous deep-sea trenches. Manage your oxygen supply as you explore Kelp Forests, plateaus, reefs, and winding cave systems. The water teems with life: Some of it helpful, much of it harmful.

After waking up in your Life Pod, the clock is ticking to find water, food, and to develop the equipment you need to explore. Collect resources from the ocean around you. Craft knives, lights, diving gear and personal water craft. Venture deeper and further form to find rarer resources, allowing you to craft more advanced items.

Intro/Outro Music: “Glitz At The Ritz 1” by Gavin Luke.

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  1. ijustthough
    the warpers look like small seadragons/emperors
    and we know that a mother dragon broke the lab by ramming into it to retreive her eggs, what if they hatched the babies and cloned them and turned them into their own thing?

  2. You can cure yourself in-game now using the command "cure <radius>", but it still doesn't let you disable the precursor gun.

  3. pretty sure the sea dragon was trying to break in awhile after she broke out to get her eggs out and she successfully did but since the precursors implanted things into the eggs to kill them 1 survived hatched and they captured the one egg that survied and grew up eggs and she tried to break in to get her eggs or they grabbed the egg or they made a exact replica of the eggs

  4. Maybe the giant bones of the skeleton in the middle of the lost river that dated way before maybe lived in what is the now the crash site if the Aroura

  5. IGP the sea dragon did not break out or at least  how  the theory goes the theory is that the sea dragon in its egg laying state laid a egg but the precursor's took it when the sea dragon was locked up and the sea dragon was trying to get its baby back desperately breaking out of containment and causing the destruction we now know in to the base but all that destruction hit its head causing brain drama to the sea dragon and it escaped but not without its baby and swam a distance away tell dying of the brain drama and that egg we saw was its baby. that was the theory or at least how it went.

  6. the scene in the beginning when the infection spread caused me to have  an anxiety attack (srsly tho im in the middle of an anxiety attack)

  7. I'm pretty sure the Dragon laviathon Brock into the facility to try to get the egg that was in there, and let the fish with the disease out. that's my theory

  8. Wait how is IGP getting all this new stuff before we are? Are the devs giving him this stuff early so he can keep promoting them, or what?

  9. dragon didn't break out it was trying to break in to retrieve its egg from the precursors,
    think about it. it wants her egg…. smashes into facility receives fatal blow swims a short ways off and dies.

  10. I think the egg in the precursor base in the lost river is the egg of the thing that attacked the base because when you take a egg the mom gets mad.

  11. the warper head that didnt have eyes may have been a prototype for a new creature they were making to protect but couldnt finish therefore abandoning it

  12. Fortunately, you can't die from it, and I'm pretty sure the devs have confirmed that you will not die from it. Pretty sure it's just there to give you an endgame goal..
    I mean, it'd be pretty shitty to be playing hardcore, and just dying because it took you too long to find enough materials and fragments to progress.

  13. I thought the colors on the screen was also because of the infection for the entire time the colors were on the screen I thought it was because of the infection then I saw one of those gravity things

  14. none have suggested this but,I think in the future you can take the parts in the room that
    the warper was disected and re build the warper there (is it agreeable or not niether of it is ok for me)

  15. 1,000 years is a very short amount of time in evolutionary terms. Evolution includes random mutations which requires breeding, and natural selection weeds out the weak and let's the strongest or most fit to survive and reproduce. And I'm willing to bet that the sea dragons live extremely long periods of time and wouldn't usually die to other creatures seeing as they are the apex predator of subnautica. So the dragons not changing in 1,000 years seems to be pretty plausible.

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