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Green Hell Building Update Arriving January 23

Detailed in the 2022 Road Map, Creepy Jar’s survival adventure Green Hell will see the Building Update for the PC on January 23.

The Green Hell Building Update will add the ability to build treehouses with a new Climbing Rope construction tool. The new Floating Frame platform can give players the chance to build their abode up to three floors high on the water. New wooden and bamboo triangular frames, wooden and bamboo Doors, and the heavy stone ax have all been included.

Other changes include a slimmer and more organized player notebook and the ability to cut down big palms, logs, stumps, and branches.

Set in the extreme conditions of the uncharted Amazon jungle, Green Hell is an Open World Survival Simulator that emphasizes the psychological aspects of survival.

All those interested can find the title on Steam here.

Source: Press Release
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