Green Hell is getting great reviews

The console version of Green Hell is getting great reviews

Green Hell on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 consoles, which was released on June 9, is getting great reviews from industry reviewers. The console version of the game has already been rated by sites like PlayStation Universe, Pure PlayStation and Playfront, with an average rating of over 8/10. The average user rating on both consoles reaches 9.8.

– We are happy with the first days after the release. Our game gets high marks in reviews, and voices that reach us from players express their appreciation of the console version. We’re glad that we decided on self-publishing, thanks to which we can maximize profits and gain invaluable experience, which will be useful for our next projects,” comments Krzysztof Kwiatek, CEO of Creepy Jar.

The game is available for USD 24.99 / EUR 24.99, and the company has decided to release the console versions independently. Survival in the Amazon Jungle on consoles has all the content of the PC version, including story and co-op modes, with the exception of the free Spirits of Amazonia expansion pack, which will be added to the title in the near future. The game will also debut on the PS4 console in Asia in the near future.

– According to our internal release plan, everything is going well, and the release of the PS4 version in select Asian markets was planned with a slight delay from the beginning. The age rating system takes longer in Asia, but we didn’t want to push back the release date in other regions again, hence the lack of Green Hell on PS4 consoles in that market. We hope that soon the game will receive its classification and our Asian fans will be able to enjoy an unforgettable adventure on PS4 – adds the CEO of Creepy Jar.

Green Hell is a survival in the depths of the Amazon rainforest. In both single-player and co-op modes, players will face a variety of challenges while building bases, hunting, and gathering food. Green Hell for PC appeared on the Steam platform in Early Access mode in August 2018 and had a full release in September 2019. Since then, the game has reached over two million players and continues to be supported and improved.