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Subnautica Below Zero: Where to Build a Base

Your base will serve as a home that you can return to anytime you venture out underwater. However, if you want to make the most out of your adventure, you’ll need to pick the right location for your base.

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The gameplay in Subnautica: Below Zero involves gathering resources and solving the arctic planet’s mystery while evading the predators you come across underwater. However, every once in a while you’ll be needing a base where you can return to and upgrade or craft a lot of stuff.

But where exactly is the best spot to build a base? Which specific biome should you pick? And which spot will offer you the most strategic advantage?

Where to Build a Base in Subnautica: Below Zero

To be fair, you can just build a base anywhere you like in the game. However, if you want to have easy access to a lot of resources or specific resources not found anywhere else, then these locations are for you:

Twisty Bridges

The Twisty Bridges biome is a good spot to build a base in for starters. In fact, if you’re about to build your very first base in the game, then I highly recommend this one as it’s relatively safe and even grants you quick access to a ton of resources as well as the other biomes in the game.

Also, the biome can extend close to the surface, allowing you to be as creative with your base as much as possible. Besides, you can obtain early game materials such as Ribbon Plants, Titanium, and Silver without having to venture deep into the waters.

Delta Island

The Delta Island is a small biome that’s above sea level where both the Communications Tower and the Delta Station are located. It’s the perfect location for harnessing Solar Power as you can build your base either close to the water’s surface or on the island itself.

Since Solar Power is an important resource early game, getting your hands on it as soon as possible is highly recommended.

If you choose to build your base on the island itself, you can even keep yourself warm without the need to rely on power.

Glacial Basin

Yet another excellent location for an above-ground base, the Glacial Basin lets you build an unconventional base than you would in other biomes. The place is the perfect spot for making your own fur farm too, provided that you can tame the Snow Stalkers that are native to the place.

There are also the Ice Worms which are most likely your biggest threat in this biome, but as long as you have Thumpers in place, you should be relatively safe in here.

Besides, as long as you manage to tame the Snow Stalkers, there won’t be that much of a threat anymore. This location is also a good spot for lots of Solar Power opportunities, so it’s something you might want to consider.

Tree Spires

The Tree Spires biome is far from the safest location in the game, but as long as you can make do with the threats in the area, you can get access to some of the most spectacular base locations in the game. Specifically, the Tree Spires is home to the Ventgarden, a giant jellyfish with a garden inside of it.

The problem, however, is that a Leviathan often roams the surrounding areas, particularly near the hydrothermal vents.

However, as long as you know how to avoid it, the risk is certainly worth the reward. Not only will you get a spectacular view at night, but you can also gain access to hydrothermal energy so you won’t have to worry about power ever again.

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Overwatch 2: Which is The Best Hero to Use | New Hero Tier List

Use these heroes when the game drops

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In various regions of the world, Overwatch 2 will be launched on October 4 and 5. To make room for the release of the game, the Overwatch servers will also be shut down. These are some of the best heroes you may use when the game is available.

Which is The Best Hero to Use, New Hero Tier List in Overwatch 2

Overwatch and Overwatch 2 are different in some ways. Hero quests, dynamic weather, passives, visual enhancements, and many more will be available. But the new maps, characters, and game types included in Overwatch 2 are among the most eagerly awaited.

Some heroes will return when the game starts, and they might get updates or revisions that alter the meta.

Overwatch 2 Tier List

There will be six different hero tiers in Overwatch 2.

S-Tier

In the Overwatch 2 meta, these heroes are so powerful that some players can carry an entire team alone.

Dva

Winston

Sombra

Kiriko

A-Tier

These heroes are powerful and skilled in both assault and defense.

Zarya

Lucio

Genji

Briggette

Sigma

Tracer

Sojourn

Zenyatta

Ana

Baptiste

B-Tier

These heroes are average yet still rather good in the current meta, depending on the map you are playing.

Doomfist

Wrecking Ball

Symmetra

Soldier-76

Torbjorn

Reinhardt

Moira

Orisa

Roadhog

Mei

Reaper

Widowmaker

Echo

C-Tier

While it is possible to utilize these heroes, there are better options available.

Ashe

Cassidy

Hanzo

Junker Queen

Mercy

D-Tier

Avoid utilizing these heroes if possible.

Bastion

Pharah

E-Tier

Playing these heroes will force you and your squad to give up on the game.

Junkrat

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