Krafton announced that Subnautica studio Unknown Worlds, which it had acquired in October 2021, was working on a new project that was not Subnautica 3. Instead, it’s a “turn-based strategy game(opens in new tab) set in a sci-fi world”—quite a departure from the first-person survival games that put Unknown Worlds on the map.

Subnautica studio will reveal its new sci-fi strategy game at Gamescom

Later this month at Gamescom, we’ll finally get a look at what it’s all about: Unknown Worlds co-founder Charlie Cleveland will formally unveil the new game during the Opening Night Live showcase. The presence of Unknown Worlds’ new thing was initially revealed on Twitter by Master of All Gaming Ceremonies Geoff Keighley, but the tweet contained an extremely unfortunate spelling error(opens in new tab) that led to a completely different (and very not safe-for-work) Twitter account. Fortunately, Krafton also confirmed the Gamescom appearance of Unknown Worlds in a separate statement of its own, saying that Charlie Cleveland, the co-founder and game director at Unknown Worlds, “will officially reveal a new IP set in a sci-fi world that features imaginative turn-based gameplay.”

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