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Welcome to the official Barotrauma Wiki!

Since its creation in June of 2015, the Barotrauma Wiki has been the most comprehensive source of information about the game. We maintain 898 articles and counting, with 6 active users!

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About the game

Barotrauma is a 2D multiplayer resource management game currently in development by Undertow Games and FakeFish Games. The game was released for free as a pre-alpha version on July 31st 2015, and has received regular updates since then. An early-access commercial release is slated for March 2019, however the game remains in development. The game's source code can be found on GitHub.


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Recent Blog Posts

Read up on the latest Undertow Games blog posts here!

Exploring alien ruins

Regalis - 2019/02/15 14:04

Hello everyone! This time on the blog we’re taking a closer look at alien ruins, Barotrauma’s own brand of dungeon. In the pre-alpha versions of the game, the ruins were vast and nearly empty, save […]...

Closed testing sign-up

Regalis - 2019/01/25 15:25

EDIT: The closed alpha testing has already started, and unfortunately we won’t be taking in any more testing applications. We were very happy to see so much interest and want to thank everyone who wrote to […]...

Modding tools and Steam Workshop

Regalis - 2019/01/11 13:19

Hello everyone! Last time on the blog we covered some new gameplay functionality, and this time we’re going to take a look at how the game is built. We’ve built several editors for creating all […]...





Featured Article

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