|Green Hell VR
|Initial Release Date:
|5 Oct 2021
|Action, Indie, Strategy
Green Hell VR game is challenging in story mode, challenging Welcome to the Jungle Dictionary (normal). However, you can try the easier modes or try the even harder modes or just go to the live mode of the game (no story). Already I am a ton dead. WARNING: you may want to pick up a kiss and kiss, but just resist all temptation. I speak sadly and shamelessly from personal experience.
This is a very large forest map. There are many plants and animals and dangers around. The number of things you can interact with is really amazing and the number of things that can kill you too. Beware of mice!
There are also many things to make. You can make all kinds of tools and weapons, from medicine to tents, torches, and so on. You need to focus on your food, water, fire, and mind. The story lets you invest in story mode to get out there and explore. The game looks beautiful. You can swim, climb, turn, and turn.
- It feels like a real and real VR structure of the original game
- It looks nice
- Good map size and selection of items made
- Creating a dashboard seems like a good solution for creating things in VR
- It really feels like playing
- Definitely one of those games that are easy to play for a few hundred hours
- Minor bugs will be corrected in future updates
- When it’s dark, it’s too dark to see anything until the moon rises, though, this is more of a “difficult” complaint.
- The health condition/effects are really difficult to read
- If you have not played the story before, there is no tutorial for survival (although very specific)
- It is difficult to place things in the bag and pick things up correctly (it seems that when holding it the hand should be perpendicular to the bag, which is a very unnatural hand position, so things usually do not fit very well).
Depending on the gameplay, this port is really good. Incuvo has done a great job of transforming physical data into VR functionality. I’m now at the beginning of the Story, but there are two really interesting examples of physical communication that ignite the fire and wash away the heat. Both (and others) of these transactions actually work as you would expect in an IRL. Like the last one, you take some water in the palm of your hand and physically squeeze the other side to clean it. Relationships like this, except that things are done “automatically”, are what makes VR so appealing.
The game runs on the Unity Engine. On my RTX 3080, I initially had a steady 90 fps, but then dropped to 45 fps after switching my fps. I do not believe why this happened. You have the options of full transfer, teleportation, smooth and fast rotation, along with convenience options. You can choose between camera-oriented or motion-controller. Can play this game comfortably sitting down.
As I said, I think this is one of the best VR survival games, if not the best. I’ve played it enough to record it regularly, but I wholeheartedly recommend it for rescue audiences.
A good little game for big live audiences and adventure. Hopefully, more things will be added in the future, including more and more stories. If you decide against buying now, definitely come back in the future and come back again after the updates 🙂
System Requirements of Green Hell VR Game
- OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10
- Processor: 3.2 GHz Quad-Core Processor (Core i5-7500 / Ryzen 5 1600)
- Memory: 8 GB RAM
- Graphics: GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER or equivalent with 6 GB of video RAM
- Hard Drive: 8 GB available space
- DirectX: Version 11
How to Install Green Hell VR For PC?
- Extract the file using “Winrar”.
- Open the “Green Hell VR Game” folder.
- Click on the “Game” icon to play the game.
- This Game is Pre-Installed Which means You Don’t need to install this game. Instantly Play!
|File Size: 3.44 GB