GREEN HELL VR Will Launch in Q3 2021; Survival Game Will Arrive on Oculus Quest at a Later Date
Developer Incuvo has some fantastic news for all fans of Green Hell, as the survival game's VR version will be released in Q3 2021, so at some point between the beginning of July and end of September of next year.
According to the studio responsible for Layers of Fear VR, their next big thing is in the very early stages of development, as the Polish company has only recently finished working on a prototype of Green Hell VR.
According to Incuvo CEO Andrzej Wychowaniec, Green Hell VR will make its long-awaited debut on "VR PC" platforms in Q3 2021, with its Oculus Quest port launching at a later date. It's worth remembering that the Green Hell VR crowdfunding campaign has pulled in almost PLN 3 million via Polish website CrowdConnect.
Furthermore, Creepy Jar — the award-winning makers of the base game — is not planning to abandon its record-breaking debut project anytime soon, as the team is already developing the title's console port that will arrive on PS4 and XBO — and possibly their next-gen successors — toward the end of this year.
In other news, Incuvo is aiming to make its stock market debut on the Warsaw Stock Exchange later in 2020.
Green Hell is a sweltering struggle for survival in the Amazonian rainforest. Clinging to life, the player is set on a journey of durability as the effects of solitude wear heavy not only on the body but also the mind. How long can you survive against the dangers of the unknown?
Green Hell is currently available on PC (via Steam); coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox On later this year; its VR port will release in Q3 2021.
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