Subnautica Below Zero is a survival-based game set entirely in the ocean. Subnautica Below Zero is the follow-up to the immensely popular first part; Subnautica. The second game in the series takes the gameplay from the first and makes subtle changes. As a researcher, you are exploring a different part of the planet; you encounter different creatures and different locations. Like the first game, the plot of the game remains largely alien-studded, and the game relies heavily on exploration. Taking bold risks in this game tends to reward you well if your risks are well thought out, planned, and executed. As with the previous title, this game has an interesting and well-done art style and is largely bug-free.
Subnautica Below Zero is a simple game; the premise is to find your lost sister. Additionally, you make an alien friend in the form of Al-An. In order to finish the game, you have to explore the ocean, get materials to make the alien body and find your sister on the planet. In this guide, we are going to be looking at how to get the Power Cell Charger. These are very essential since they charge your power cells, which are very important in the game.
Subnautica Below Zero Power Cell Charger: How to get & find?
Power cells are a very important part of the game. Most of your modes of transport in-game, including the Seatruck, are powered by the Power Cell. Power cells deplete often and need to be charged. Since they are expensive to craft, the best alternative, for instance, is to build a power cell charger. With this, you can charge your power cells (up to two at a time) and keep your equipment running and powered. In order to craft a power cell charger, you will first need blueprints. You will find them as you explore more of the map. The most common places to find power cell charger blueprints are;
- Snowfox base in the Glacial Basin
- Omega Research Facility in the Lillypad Biome.
Once you find these blueprints, you need to craft them in your base. The power cell charger takes power from the base to charge the cells placed in it. It takes about 6 minutes and 40 seconds to fully charge a cell, and you can charge up to two at a time. To charge them, you will need about 30% of the base power for the charger.
The crafting requirements for the Power Cell Charger are meager compared to the overall use you can get out of it. In order to make one of these, you will need the following resources:
- 1x Advanced Wiring Kit
- 2x Lithium
- 2x Titanium
It can be constructed in the base using the habitat builder. Anyway, we hope this article helped you find the blueprints and build a power cell charger in Subnautica Below Zero. To read more guides like this, keep visiting Android Gram daily.