Creepy Jar has released the co-op mode update for their survival adventure game Green Hell, available now on PC-via Steam.
Revealed last year, the Co-op Mode allows players to survive together, which requires them to work towards building a camp and even removing leeches. Up to 4 players can take on the rainforest through this new mode. Additionally, new voice-overs have been added, and characters have received new models. There’s also in-game chat with your friends, redesigned menus, and integrated invitation via Steam.
Green Hell is an open-world survival simulated where players must do whatever they can to survive in the Amazonian rainforest. Each player is left alone without food or equipment, and they must gather resources and materials to increase their chances of living another day. The single-player campaign does feature a storyline that details how you ended up in the rainforest and the powers that are at play with keeping you there. However, the co-op mode seems to focus more on the survival aspect of the game rather than the story.
Currently, the developers are working on a console release for Green Hell on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, but launch details have not been revealed at this time. For now, PC players can enjoy serving the harsh conditions of the rainforest.
You can watch a trailer for the co-op mode below:
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