Incuvo released Green Hell VR last year for Meta Quest and Steam, with the PSVR 2 edition landing a few months back. A survival adventure inside the Amazon rainforest, this week it got even bigger. That’s because of the new Green Hell VR expansion, Spirits of Amazonia Part 1, adding a significant chunk of content.
The free DLC is a story expansion, providing a new prequel adventure to the main Green Hell VR narrative.
“Once again, step into the shoes of Jake Higgins as you do your best to gain the trust of the Mu’agi tribe and the Chief of an indigenous Amazonian village. To do this, you must complete missions based on local legends, help tribe members, and provide supplies for the village,” Incuvo explains.
The studio claims that the new content offers a new map comparable in size to the current one. Effectively doubling the game’s size. Furthermore, the new Spirits of Amazonia Part 1 story should take 10-15 hours to complete.
Green Hell VR Expansion Plans
The launch of Spirits of Amazonia Part 1 as a free expansion is certainly a boon for current owners. Many developers would charge for DLC of this size and scope. And as you may have guessed, there are more to come. In fact, Incuvo has three parts in total planned. So there’s lots to look forward to.
There is one slightly weird caveat. The expansion is available for Meta Quest headsets, PSVR 2 and headsets on Viveport. However, there’s been no mention of Spirits of Amazonia coming to the Steam version. Not even a date. So if you own it Green Hell VR on Steam you’re out of luck.
A free expansion is very good yet the player base is still crying out for a feature Incuvo previously promised, co-op. The team began talking about it before the original launch, with the only updates being that they’re still working on it.
Have you tried the expansion yet? What do you think of it, or a you boycotting the game until co-op arrives? Let us know in the comments.