A trailer showcasing the release date of Green Hell VR for PSVR 2 was recently pulled, leaving fans wondering about its availability. The trailer initially revealed an August 15 launch date but has since been made private, although copies can still be found on other channels. Incuvo, the developer of Green Hell VR, has not provided any clarification regarding the pulled trailer.
Green Hell VR is presently accessible on both Quest and PC VR platforms, although there are some differences between the versions. The Quest version was modified to optimize its performance on the standalone system. However, the PSVR 2 release will primarily be based on the Quest version while maintaining PC VR-level graphics and incorporating PlayStation-specific features such as improved haptic feedback, as previously stated by Incuvo.
In addition to the PSVR 2 release, Incuvo announced their plans to introduce a 4-player co-op mode to Green Hell VR for all existing platforms. They also confirmed their intent to bring over the Spirits of Amazonia DLC, which was originally released for the flatscreen version of the game.
Despite the uncertainty surrounding the release date, fans of Green Hell VR can still anticipate the immersive experience of exploring the virtual jungle on PSVR 2. More information and impressions will be shared closer to the anticipated release, allowing players to delve into the thrilling world of Green Hell VR.