Barotrauma Entering Version 1.0 on Steam March 13

A 2D co-op survival horror submarine simulator, FakeFish, Undertow Games, and Daedalic Entertainment’s Barotrauma will enter version 1.0 on Steam on March 13.

Inspired by games like FTL: Faster Than Light, Rimworld, Dwarf Fortress and Space Station 13, Barotrauma combines ragdoll physics and alien sea monsters with teamwork and existential fear.

Since its Early Access launch, the title has seen a campaign overhaul, explorable outposts, wrecked submarines, abandoned outposts and improved alien ruins, submarine upgrading and switching, more and new monsters and missions, a new scripted event system, talent system for character progression, and reworked tutorials.
Learn more with the following making-of trailer below:

Barotrauma: Making Of | Barotrauma 1.0 Release coming March 13th!

Joonas Rikkonen, Barotrauma’s lead developer, on the Barotrauma community states:

“Barotrauma has been a great community-assisted effort for almost a decade now, and we’re thrilled to be reaching 1.0 after all these years. We can’t wait to hear what our players think about the faction overhaul and the real ending of the campaign, and look forward to making more updates even after this release.”Joonas Rikkonen

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