<em>Green Hell\u00a0<\/em>has some big names behind it. Many of the developers behind\u00a0<em>Dying Light\u00a0<\/em>and\u00a0<em>Dead Island\u00a0<\/em>are working together to create an independent studio named Creepy Jar, which has one hell of an experience for fans. <em>Green Hell\u00a0<\/em>is an adventure set in the Amazon rainforest where everything can kill you.\r\n\r\nFind danger at every corner from the drinking water to simply walking through the bushes. Creepy Jar CEO Krzysztof Kwiatek interviewed with COG Connected about some details about\u00a0<em>Green Hell,\u00a0<\/em>including the upcoming console release.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=DygvZNrq60U\r\n\r\nThe game has tons to thank due to the Steam Early Access PC community. The Forest's Steam Early Access and developer dialogue showed Creepy Jar the right direction to take the series. Forever Entertainment will be handling the ports for the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.\r\n\r\nThis game will not have a sequel so far and instead will be focusing on free DLC and co-op modes to be released later. The developers want to try and deliver a fresh survival experience in the Amazon rainforest without changing their focus to title branding.\r\n\r\nSo far, the longest survival time in the game is 300 in-game days. This spans through a rainy season and a dry season, with each season presenting its own unique challenges and landscape changes. There is a challenge within the game and a semi-physical challenge outside due to duration, memory, and adaptability. Most of the game is as physical as possible with the notebook, maps, and your own character's body needing to be inspected closely.\r\n\r\nMental and physical health are tied together strongly. Low mental health makes the body weaker, and the healing process slower. Low health, wounds, and other ailments can drive you crazy if not taken care of. It is this mix of both physical and mental health that creates the realism effect found only in\u00a0<em>Green Hell.<\/em>\r\n\r\nSurvival games as a genre have either great success or massive failure. It is rarely an in-between for most game companies. What is consistent is that the games that listen to their fans and continue to maintain a strong DLC and update presence generally have more success. The fans know what they want, and what they want is a realistic survival challenge to challenge their grit truly.\r\n\r\n<em>Green Hell\u00a0<\/em>can be found right now for PC on Steam. Fans are expecting the console ports sometime in 2020, but no official date has been released. No matter what, this game is sure to push any hardcore gamer's limit and truly test their mettle in the arena of survival.