Although the original version of Green Hell came out years ago, the VR version is still fresh. Recently announced, the VR version of this survival game has come out PC. Players can download Green Hell VR through multiple online platforms in order to play it on one of several headsets including the Quest 2, the Valve Index, and the HTC Vive.
Green Hell VR On PC
Green Hell was first launched in 2018, and developed and published by Incuvo, a Poland-based company. Following its launch, development began for a VR version of the game which was released earlier today. Though it's available for purchase through both Steam and the Oculus website, the former platform is offering a 10 percent launch discount on its $22.49 price tag. While still quite new on the market, it currently has a mixed rating with players criticizing the quality of graphics and the lack of multiplayer. The developers have yet to reveal if they're planning any major updates for it.
Green Hell VR follows the design of the original by placing players in a survival scenario. They take on the role of an anthropologist called Jake Higgins who has been abandoned in the Amazon Rainforest with no hope of rescue. From that point on, players can make use of the surrounding nature in order to find food, water, and materials to craft helpful tools and shelter. It's an open-world setting that gives players the freedom to play how they want with the main goal being to survive as long as possible. While exploring, players will also need to confront dangerous wildlife such as jaguars and caimans.
Through VR, players are now able to interact with their surroundings and their own body in more immersive ways. This adds another layer to an already detailed survival simulator which could see changes in the future.