Award-Winning Survival Game GREEN HELL Will Arrive on Nintendo Switch This Thursday


Source: Bankier

Category: Green Hell

Award-Winning Survival Game GREEN HELL Will Arrive on Nintendo Switch This Thursday

Warsaw-based game developer Creepy Jar has announced that the highly anticipated Nintendo Switch port of Green Hell will be available on October 8, 2020; published by Forever Entertainment and priced at $24,99.

As a friendly reminder, Creepy Jar's first big game was released in Steam Early Access in September 2019.

Console players who don't have a Nintendo Switch should be happy to hear that Creepy Jar is still working on a special version of their smashing hit that will be released for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series S/X in Q1-Q2 2021 — so technically at some point between the beginning of January and end of June of 2021.

That's not all, as the team at Incuvo (Createrria 2, Layers of Fear VR) is developing Green Hell VR, a virtual reality game that will make its PC debut in Q3 2021, with its Oculus Quest edition launching at a later date.

Considering that the award-winning PC version of Green Hell has already sold well over 1,5 million units, it's safe to say that the Polish studio is not planning to abandon their unique survival game anytime soon, as its biggest DLC to date — titled Green Hell: The Spirits of Amazonia — will release by the end of this year.

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