Open world survival sim, Green Hell, has taken another major step with the launch of its highly anticipated co-op update.
Players will now have the option to brave the perilous Amazonian rainforest with up to three companions, working together to explore, hunt for resources, and built shelters.
The free co-op update is available right now for anyone who owns a copy of Green Hell on Steam.
To celebrate this development milestone Polish developer Creepy Jar are slashing the game’s price by 25% down to £14.61 (offer ends on April 12th).
Here’s a full breakdown of what survivors can expect from this newest update:
- Play with your friends — Up to 4 players can tackle the rainforest together in the ultimate bid for survival!
- New voiceovers — Our characters can’t all sound the same, can they?
- New character models — What? You think we have identical quadruplets in here? Different clothing colors and beards will populate for each character in your party.
- In-game chat — Yell at your friends for doing things wrong! It’s fun!
- Redesigned menus — New menu options to make accessing and using co-op a breeze.
- Enhanced leech removal — Be a pal, won’t you? Go ahead and remove the leeches from your buddy’s nether-regions (well, their arms and legs, at least)!
- Integrated invitations via Steam — Inviting a friend is as easy as hunting and skinning a Black Cayman! Okay, it’s actually a lot easier.
Since launch, Green Hell has continued to grow with new systems and more advanced features such as plant cultivation and expanded shelters.
Implementing online co-op is a big leap for the survival game and one that brings it closer to genre front-runners such as The Forest and Rust.
Last year, Creepy Jar confirmed that a console version is currently in development. Hopefully we’ll be seeing Green Hell appear on PlayStation and Xbox systems some time in 2020.
Source: Press Release