About the Game:
Green Hell is a survival game set in the exotic Amazonian rainforest. This game offers a sweltering struggle to cling to your life. The player is always at the edge of their seats to ensure their stability for a longer period of time. It wears heavy, not only physically but also mentally.
The player only has radio at his disposal and as you traverse the path through the unfamiliar jungle, you will have at your disposal a familiar voice for guidance. With every bit of journey, you cover it only becomes more hostile and the mystery more entrapping. It will be the hardest journey for survival that you will have ever experienced.
Where can we play Green Hell?
The survival game Green Hell has already left the Early Access for PC. It was recently launched on version 1.0 via Steam on the 5th of September.
Developer Creepy Jar has good news for all the players! Green Hell is coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One soon later this year.
What will be the new features in Green Hell in the upcoming update?
below for details on upcoming updates for Green Hell:
Here a few updates that will follow in the coming version
1) Plant Cultivation – The player can lant, grow, and collect from their personal cultivated gardens.
2) Expanded Shelters – You will be able to expand the camp shelter with additional floors.
3) Co-op Mode – This is the most requested feature. You will be able to survive in the Amazon with up to four players in the co-op mode.
There will also be an additional content update. It’s a surprise that is yet to be revealed.
Who is the developer of Green Hell?
Green Hell is created by Scary Jar. This game can be played in single as well as multiplayer modes.
The game is available in English, Spanish, German, French and Italian languages. You’ll encounter the following characters in your game: Jake Higgins, who is an anthropologist, and also a rainforest researcher. Mia is a linguist and Higgins’ wife. Alvarez, Dr. Smith, and ATC are the other characters.
The PS4 release date was scheduled for September 2020. But it is likely that the ongoing pandemic has delayed the release and hence the players will have to wait longer to play it on their PlayStation 4.