The survival simulator game Green Hell has achieved a significant milestone, having sold over 4.5 million copies across various platforms including Steam, PlayStation, and Xbox. The team behind the game, Creepy Jar, expressed deep gratitude for the overwhelming support and constructive feedback from the gaming community, which significantly contributed to this achievement.
Despite the significant achievement, the Creepy Jar team is not resting on its laurels. They are currently developing the Storage & Transportation Update for Steam, as they continue to refine and expand the game based on player feedback. The team plans to launch a pre-update beta to test new features before their full release, inviting players to share their thoughts and experiences. This initiative indicates Creepy Jar’s dedication to its players and its commitment to delivering an ever-evolving gaming experience.
In their statement, the Creepy Jar team conveyed their sincere appreciation to the player community, or as they affectionately call them, the “Adventurers”, for their continued support. As the Creepy Jar team further develops and refines Green Hell, one thing is clear: their journey in the Amazonian jungle is far from over, and they are excited about what the future holds.
Set in the unique and unexplored environment of the Amazonian rainforest, Green Hell is an open-world survival simulator that thrusts players into the jungle, devoid of any food or equipment. Players are challenged to survive and find a way out of the jungle, grappling with the physical and psychological impacts of solitude. As players navigate through the game, they must learn real survival techniques to build shelters, create tools, and craft weapons for hunting and self-defense. The player’s survival is constantly threatened by the jungle’s wild animals and tropical diseases, not to mention the traps laid by their own mind and the fears that lurk in the jungle’s seemingly endless darkness.