Green Hell is set to arrive on consoles in Q4 2020


Creepy Jar has revealed that their critically-acclaimed title, Green Hell, will be heading to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One later this year as well as an updated roadmap for the PC build of the game.

Back on April 6th, Green Hell from indie developer Creepy Jar was able to skyrocket on both steam and Twitch charts thanks to its highly-anticipated Co-Op Mode Update. Now, Creepy Jar has begun to set their eyes on bringing their Amazon rainforest survival offerings come to consoles as their roadmap has been updated even further.

The new update sees brand-new content being delivered following the recent release of the Co-op mode. These upcoming features include a Co-op Story Mode, which will see the story become a Co-op experience. Along with the new story mode experience, players can also expect to be able to craft new items including bamboo logs, sticks, leaves, stones, and plenty more.

Achievements, for PC players, will be getting released sooner than later. The achievements should give players plenty more reason to play if they like to achievement hunt. The updates will come sooner than later, giving console fans been more hope for their respective platform releases.

Currently, those who have yet to dive in can do so on PC via Steam for $24.99 in celebration fo the games Co-op Mode release.

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