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Green Hell Building Update Now Available on Consoles

Available for free, the Building Update for Creepy Jar’s Green Hell is now available for those playing on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Released on the PC version earlier this year, this update allows players to utilize a new Climbing Rope construction that allows for the creation of one’s very own treehouse. One can also use the new Footbridge to make easy walking connections between tree constructions.

Also new to this update is the new Floating Frame & Triangular Floating Frame, which gives players the chance to build up to three floors high on the water.

The Wooden/Bamboo Triangular Frames can also be used to create homes with a more unique flavor, along with Wooden/Bamboo Doors and additional building material options.

Note that the player notebook is slimmer and more organized than ever, while the Heavy Stone Axe is the first two-handed ax in the title.

Learn more with the trailer below:

Green Hell – Building Update on Consoles – Launch Trailer

A survival video game, Green Hell tasks players with crafting shelter and weapons, collecting raw materials and food, and contending with dynamic changes in the environment.

Source: Press Release
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