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News video games 25 November 2022, 14:16

author: Adrian Werner

Polish Survival Game Green Hell Yet to Surprise; New Info on Chimera

Green Hell continues to sell very well and the developers intend to further develop their work. In addition, we learned some details about the Chimera project, Creepy Jar's next game.

The recent edition of the investor chat organized by [in Polish] was hosted by people from Creepy Jar studio. Thanks to this, we learned how the survival game Green Hell is doing. We also learned some details about the team's future plans.

The future of Green Hell

In the past quarter, the company's revenue amounted to 15 million PLN (around $3.3 million) and profit to 10.8 million PLN (around $2.8 million). A key role in this success was played by increased interest in Green Hell due to the update called Animal Husbandry.

  1. Green Hell will continue to be developed intensively. The studio is working on an update called Building, which is likely to debut in January 2023, and a console version of the Spirit of Amazonia 3 patch (set for release this December).
  2. It won't stop there. When the developers release the announced novelties, they will provide a roadmap for further development Green Hell. It is possible that part of these plans will be a visual and technological refresh of this production.


Creepy Jar also referred to its new project, Chimera.

  1. A decision has been made that Chimera will first debut only on PC. Possible console versions will be created later.
  2. First graphic materials from the game are expected to be shown in the first quarter of 2023.
  3. Chimera's visuals will focus on realism.
  4. For now, the developers are not ready to provided a planned release date.

Recall that Green Hell debuted in August 2018 on PC in early access, and version 1.0 was released 13 months later. In 2020, a Nintendo Switch port was released, and in 2021 the game came to Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

Green Hell proved to be a major box office success. A few months ago, Creepy Jar boasted that sales of the game exceeded 3.5 million copies.

  1. Green Hell - official website
  2. Green Hell - game guide
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