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News video games 20 December 2023, 03:43

Green Hell Devs Changed Title of Their New Game; Chimera is Now StarRupture

The developers of Green Hell from studio Creepy Jar have changed the title of their new game. Survival game, which was announced under the name Chimera, will be released as StarRupture.

Source: Creepy Jar.

Creepy Jar - developers of Green Hell - have changed the title of their upcoming game. We are talking about a cooperative sci-fi FPP survival game, which we got to know at June's PC Gaming Show under the name Chimera.

The new title of this game is StarRupture. As the developers suggest, this term better reflects the science fiction style adopted in the game and is devoid of unwanted mythological associations.

Moreover, it looks like the name "Chimera" will completely disappear from the game. Initially, it was supposed to mean a star that was destroying, with fire and ice, the planet on which the action of StarRupture will take place. Now we have learned that the celestial body constituting the setting will be called Ruptura.

You can learn about the behind-the-scenes of this decision, as well as about the progress made on the game in recent months in the video above, from its director Michal Stawicki and Krzysztof Kwiatek, founder and president of Creepy Jar, who also serves as art director for StarRupture. It is worth mentioning that this is the first episode in a series of developer blogs dedicated to this game.

Although the material provides a glimpse of gameplay from StarRupture, keep in mind that most of the presented shots come from the July trailer. We still have to wait for the gameplay as such. One can hope, however, that we will see it in the relatively near future, as Creepy Jar intends to release this game in early access in 2024. Its actual PC release, on the other hand, is planned for 2025.

  1. Creepy Jar - official website

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