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About this mod

Discontinued as of Subnautica 2.0!!!!!!!!!! Only for Steam Legacy Branch now.

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QModManager has been deprecated and is now only for the steam Legacy branch of Subnautica!!!!!!

If you are receiving a Bad Image Format exception, please verify your game files and try installing QModManager again. 

If you are having trouble installing any mod or QModManager, please refer to our discord server.

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QModManager Installation

  • Download the latest version.
  • Locate your game directory. This varies across systems but some commonly used paths are listed below:
    Steam: C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Subnautica
    Epic Games: C:\Program Files\Epic Games\Subnautica
  • Extract the contents of the zip file into your Subnautica directory. You can do this by opening the file and dragging the contents out into your game folder. Alternatively, you can copy the files within and paste them into your game folder.
  • If done correctly, there should be a BepInEx folder directly inside your game directory.
  • Run the game once. A QMods folder should be created, and this is where you can place all of your legacy mods.

Installation for Steam Deck (Linux)

Refer to the guide in our GitHub here.

Uninstalling QModManager

Delete the Bepinex folder from your Game Directory.

How to install mods for QModManager

  • Download the mod. If it is for legacy, it should contain a folder, in which there should be a file called "mod.json" and some .dll file. There may also be some other files.
  • Put that folder into your QMods folder, located in the Subnautica install directory
  • Run the game from the Steam Library (or other game store library)

Creating a mod for QModManager:

It is recommended that you visit our Discord server (linked above), visit the modding-resources channel, and ask any questions you have.


Source code located at https://github.com/QModManager/QModManager

Try it with QMod SAM

**QMod SAM**. An easy-to-use mod manager for QModManager that offers uncomplicated deactivation and activation of the mods.
SAM can alert you to missing mod dependencies and also point out fundamental errors, signaling problems using colors and tooltips.
It can check QModManager and the mods new versions and updates without having to boot up the game.
Advanced functions like mod profiles will make things much easier for modders and testers alike.