Psychological Survival Simulator Green Hell Getting Early Access Launch on August 29

Developers Creepy Jar announced today that their psychological survival simulator Green Hell will begin its Steam Early Access journey on August 29th. Players will be able to explore the unforgiving depths of the Amazon rain-forest, where everything is out to get them, one way or another.

The Early Access release will launch with one half of the final map, plus five dangerous creatures. Players looking forward to the Story Mode can experience a small inkling of it with the fully voiced tutorial introduction as well. Of course, as an Early Access title, Green Hell will be updated with frequent content drops, including new tribal enemies, death animations, new mechanics such as diving and fishing, and even more languages beyond the initial EFIGS (English, French, Italian, German, Spanish) launch.

Key Features

  • Realistic Survival Simulator – Green Hell puts great focus on realism in both its world building and gameplay. Everything that is crafted or built is necessary for survival, and was consulted on with experts. The Amazon is not a typical forest; threats are literally crawling under your skin.
  • Psychological Thriller – Waking up in the middle of the Amazon with no recollection of how you got there or how you’ll get out, the hardest battle you’ll face is the fight against yourself and your weaknesses and fears.
  • Fully Alive Amazon Rainforest – Every effort has gone into recreating the lush world of the Amazon in painstaking detail. An exotic and dangerous place, this jungle is filled with many hazards beyond predators including toxic plants, illnesses and infections, all waiting to bring the player to their demise.
  • Body Inspection – Dangers lurk around every bend but they also live under your very skin. Paramount to your survival is checking your body for parasites, infections, and wounds. Take care or suffer the consequences.

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