Green Hell’s Spirits of Amazonia Parts 1 & 2 Now Available on Consoles

The team at Creepy Jar has announced that console players can now dive into the first two episodes of Jake Higgins’ prequel story Green Hell.

Green Hell originally arrived on PC via Steam Early Access in August 2018, with the full release launching in September 2019. Since then, Green Hell made its way to consoles, has seen over three million players to date, and also received a number of improvements.

Spirits of Amazonia parts 1 and 2 are now available for free on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, with part 3 planned to arrive at a later date. Meanwhile, those on the PC will be able to take advantage of Animal Husbandry and the Building Update later this year.

Learn more with the trailer below:

Green Hell – Spirits of Amazonia 1 & 2 Console Edition – Release Trailer

The team is also hard at work on a proper next-generation upgrade for Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5 – more information will be revealed at a later date.

Source: Press Release
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