Subsistence is (for me) another survival game, in early access on Steam, that I've been playing recently, and liking a lot. It's being developed by a single person, but so far it's been really fun, and working pretty good. The idea of the game is that you exist in this forest with mountains around you, and you start collecting wood, fiber and so on, and then building a house for yourself. The forest is inhabited by chickens and rabbits, but also wolves and bears which will eat you. Once you get your house, or your "base" going, NPC hunters will start spawning in the forest, and building their own bases.
There are these boxes or "bins" all around the forest, some for medical gear, some for ammo, some for building materials and so on. As far as staying alive goes, you'll find water, blueberries and apples in them (although blueberries also grow on the ground), and you kill and butcher wolves and bears (as well as chickens and rabbits) for meat and liver. You can build up your base with different kinds of technological contraptions, to produce more power and mass, which will allow you to build even more stuff.
Note that I don't get anything out of "advertising" this game. I just picked it up myself and thought it was fun enough to play for the 14€ price, and since I didn't find a thread for it yet, I thought I'd make one. Here are a couple of streamers playing the game. You can watch the first episode and then follow the links to the subsequent ones.
The first one is PartiallyRoyal:
Here's someone called GameEdged:
Here's a YouTuber called GrayStillPlays: