Green Hell Building update is now available on consoles

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Green Hell’s Building update has now been released for PS4 and Xbox One, following its PC earlier this year. The Building update allows players to take to the trees and build treehouses to evade the danger on the ground. It is not going to be 100% safe, but you can put in doors and use the new heavy axe to keep the unwanted out of your treehouse.

The features of the Green Hell Building update include:

  • Build your home in the trees – Utilizing a new Climbing Rope construction, players can head to the treetops to build their very own treehouse! Find the biggest tree around—covered with Indigo Blue Leptonia Mushrooms and Banisteropsis Vine—and assemble your two-story Wooden/Bamboo Tree House.
  • Footbridge – Make easy walking connections between your tree constructions as well as your water and land abodes.
  • Whatever floats your boat – The new Floating Frame & Triangular Floating Frame will allow players to build their abode up to 3 floors high right on the water.
  • 3-sided fun – Use new Wooden/Bamboo Triangular Frames to create a more unique home than ever before.
  • STAY OUT! – Keep out unwanted visitors with Wooden/Bamboo Doors.
  • More building material options – Bamboo and Wood everywhere! Build new versions of walls, roofs, and ceilings out of the material of your fancy.
  • Hit ‘em hard – No predator is safe when players wield the all-new Heavy Stone Axe, the first two-handed axe players can craft on their own.
  • Revamped notebook – The player notebook is slimmer and more organized than ever.
  • Clear your path – Cut down big palms, logs, stumps, and branches to clear your path all through the Amazon.

Green Hell Review

In our Green Hell review, Steve wrote, “Green Hell is a fantastic survival experience with an exemplary sense of place and peril. Creepy Jar have really nailed the feeling of loneliness and despair that true isolation would lead to and married this to some well balanced challenges and a refreshingly user friendly approach. The range of ways to play are really welcome and should ensure that even those players who may be turned off by the rigours of hunger and thirst mechanics can enjoy the immersive jungle experience. This may not be a welcoming jungle, but there’s plenty of fun and games to be had.”

Source: Press Release

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