GREEN HELL: THE SPIRITS OF AMAZONIA Will Be Split Into 3 Episodes; Base Game Is Now Available on Switch
Creepy Jar has provided an update on the recently revealed Green Hell: The Spirits of Amazonia DLC, and it turns out that the expansion will be split into 3 episodes. The first part will be released in the coming weeks.
The Spirits of Amazonia: Part 2 will launch next spring, with the third (& final) part coming in Summer 2021.
In other Green Hell–related news, the best-selling survival game — which has shipped well over 1.5 million copies since its initial debut in September 2019 — is finally available on Nintendo Switch; priced at $24.99.
Considering that Nintendo Switch players don't have many high-profile survival games to choose from — as fan-favourite titles like Rust, The Forest, and 7 Days to Die probably won't be arriving on the hybrid console anytime soon — chances are that Green Hell's brand-new port will be pretty popular among Switch owners.
There's no denying that Creepy Jar is one busy video game developer, as the small Warsaw-based company is simultaneously working on three major projects: Green Hell: The Spirits of Amazonia, the long-awaited PlayStation and Xbox versions of the base game — coming to PS4, PS5, XBO, and XS in Q1-Q2 2021 — and also the mysterious Project Chimera, the team's second big production that will be a survival game as well.
With the first part of Green Hell: The Spirits of Amazonia hitting stores as soon as this winter, it's safe to say that the Polish crew will share some new details about the content drop in the very near future. Take a look:
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