Hello visitor! A note about the contents of this wiki: Barotrauma is a game with several years' worth history as a free-download open source game, and this wiki has been written primarily based on this legacy version. As such, not all content is relevant to the Steam release. So please wait patiently as the contents are updated, and feel free to contribute new information once the Steam version of Barotrauma is released!

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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 995 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 planned for Spring 2019, however the game remains in development. The game's source code can be found on GitHub.


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Recent Blog Posts

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Greetings from the closed Alpha

Regalis - 2019/03/29 14:25

It’s been almost two months since we sent out the Alpha keys, so we thought it’s time to share some news about what’s happened since. First, thank you for every minute spent playing the test […]...

Welcome to Europa: the history of Barotrauma

Regalis - 2019/03/15 14:57

Hello again! As Aku and Ez are preparing to head across the Atlantic for GDC and PAX East, we thought it would be nice to take a little trip down memory lane and talk about […]...

Collaboration with Daedalic Entertainment

Regalis - 2019/02/28 14:03

Hello everyone! We are finally able to share some big news with you: we have secured a publishing collaboration deal for Barotrauma with Daedalic Entertainment, a German video game publisher. We met them at Game […]...





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