The list of virtual reality (VR) titles set to arrive this month continues to grow thanks to Incuvo. The studio has just announced that its survival experience Green Hell VR: Oculus Edition is on its way next week for Meta Quest 2.
Yes, that’s right just for Meta Quest 2 as more and more developers utilise the processing power of the newer standalone model to create bigger, and richer VR videogames. The news also comes with a delay for PC VR users looking forward to stepping into the Amazon, as the studio focused efforts on getting the Quest 2 version out first.
“To ensure the best possible experience for all Steam VR users, we decided to push back the PCVR version a little bit to allow us to implement the valuable feedback we got from the demo earlier this year,” said Andrzej Wychowaniec, CEO at Incuvo SA in a statement.
As you may already know, this is a port of Creepy Jar’s Green Hell, completely reworked for VR. That means physical interactions like firing a bow, making a spark to light a fire, wrapping leaves around injured limbs and much more. There is now “over 60 different gameplay mechanics” to learn and master as you try and survive the deadly rainforest.
To do that you’ll need to utilise the Amazon’s flora and fauna, hunt, or run for your life when jaguars, crocodiles, scorpions, and snakes appear out of the undergrowth. Encounter indigenous tribes and try to solve the overarching mystery that has multiple endings to unlock.
Green Hell VR: Oculus Edition will be coming to Meta Quest 2 next week, Thursday 7th April, for £22.99 GBP. In the run-up to launch there’s a 10% pre-order discount available. As for the PC VR version, Incuvo aims to have that ready for May. Check out the new trailer below, and for further updates, keep reading gmw3.