Subnautica Below Zero Map 2024 – All Location Coordinates

Hey there, fellow Subnautica explorers! Are you ready to dive into the icy depths of Planet 4546B and uncover all its secrets? Well, you’ve come to the right place. In this ultimate guide, we’ll walk you through everything you need to know about the Subnautica: Below Zero map and coordinates.

But before we jump in, let’s address the elephant in the room: using map coordinates can take away from the thrill of exploration that makes Subnautica so special. So, we encourage you to use this guide sparingly and only when you really need it. Trust us, the sense of discovery is half the fun!

Understanding the Subnautica: Below Zero Map

The world of Subnautica: Below Zero is vast and varied, with unique biomes, treacherous caves, and hidden treasures waiting to be discovered. The map is divided into several distinct regions, each with its own challenges and rewards. Here’s a quick overview:

  • Glacial Basin: A frosty frontier filled with icy caves and dangerous creatures.
  • Arctic Kelp Forest: A dense underwater jungle teeming with life and resources.
  • Thermal Spires: A series of volcanic vents and lava geysers that provide warmth in the frigid depths.
  • Twisty Bridges: A labyrinthine network of coral tunnels and crevices.
  • Lilypad Islands: A vibrant oasis of floating plants and exotic sea life.

Activating the Developer Console

To access the map coordinates and use the warp commands, you’ll need to enable the developer console. Here’s how:

  1. Press F3 to open the menu.
  2. Look for the “Disable Console” option in the top-left corner and press F8 to toggle it off.
  3. Press Enter to bring up the console.

Now you’re ready to teleport to any location using the warp command followed by the coordinates, like this: warp -1011 21 720.

Key Locations and Coordinates

Here are some of the most important locations in Subnautica: Below Zero, along with their coordinates:

Architect Bases

Coordinates Site
-1011 21 720 Arctic Spires Cache
-634 -194 -413 Sanctuary Zero entrance
-551 -199 -488 Sanctuary Zero cave entrance
545 -807 -649 Crystal Caves Cache

Alterra Corporation Locations

Coordinates Location
-1185 17 -686 Phi Robotics Center
-1315 42 -730 Glacial Bay Bridge
-72 9 301 Outpost Zero
554 -191 -1050 Omega Lab

Leviathan Spawns

Coordinates Site
-135 -104 -1075 Chelicerate spawn point
548 -635 -757 Shadow Leviathan spawn point
1145 -890 -383 Shadow Leviathan spawn point

Tips and Tricks

  • Use beacons to mark important locations and resources for easy reference.
  • Build scanner rooms in key areas to reveal nearby resources and points of interest.
  • Upgrade your vehicles and equipment to survive in harsher environments and reach new depths.
  • Keep an eye out for PDAs and data boxes, which often contain valuable blueprints and story clues.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Is Subnautica: Below Zero bigger than the original game? A: While Below Zero has expanded since its early access days, it’s still a bit smaller than the first Subnautica. However, it’s packed with new features and biomes to explore!

Q: What’s the deepest part of the map? A: The World Edge biome is the deepest area in Below Zero, reaching depths of up to 1,000 meters. Brace yourself for some truly chilling encounters down there.

Q: Is the game completely finished now? A: Yes! As of the 1.0 release, Subnautica: Below Zero is a complete game with a full story and satisfying ending. No more cliffhangers or abrupt stops.


We hope this guide has been helpful in your journey through the icy depths of Subnautica: Below Zero. Remember, while the coordinates can be a lifesaver in a pinch, the real magic of this game lies in the thrill of discovery. So dive in, stay curious, and most importantly, have fun!

Happy exploring, fellow survivors!

Header image credit: Unknown Worlds Entertainment