Green Hell Animal Husbandry Update Now Available on Consoles

The almighty capybara and other critters will make their way to the console version of Creepy Jar’s Green Hell starting today as part of the Animal Husbandry update.

Announced as part of Green Hell’s 2022 roadmap and released for the PC last August, the Animal Husbandry update gives players the chance to hunt capybara, peccary, tapir, and even bees (yes, really!) by safely putting them to sleep and keeping them within pens. From there, players are able to care for them, earn their trust, feed them, clean their living quarters, and maybe even help them breed.

New features and quality-of-life improvements for the console versions include the Name your Pet Update and the Plant Naming patch. The ultimate goal for Creepy Jar is always to not only deliver new content as soon as possible but to also ensure they go over and above when opportunity strikes.

Learn more with the trailer below:

Green Hell – Animal Husbandry – Consoles Release Trailer

The release is available on PlayStation and Xbox platforms.

Source: Press Release
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