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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 2,421 articles and counting, with 17 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. 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 was launched on June 5th 2019 on Steam. 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!

Sneak peek: The Environment Overhaul

Regalis - 2020/11/20 17:08

Hello everyone! The year is approaching its end, and as promised, there’s one more update coming. It will be the one previously referred to as “Content 2”, rounding off the content development we’ve been busy […]...

Five years of Subsurf…Barotrauma

Regalis - 2020/10/16 18:17

Hello everyone! Before we get to the customary Halloween update, we wanted to write a little bit about bigger things – about what to expect from the near future, and about how we already have […]...

Back to work! Minor update preview

Regalis - 2020/09/04 13:04

Hello everyone, good to see you again! We’re now all back from our summer holidays and getting ready to release a bugfix patch / minor update – we’re sorry we were not able to hotfix […]...





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