Spirit's of Amazonia Part 3 arrives for Green Hell on consoles
Good things come to those who wait, and today, Creepy Jar is pleased to reward Green Hell console players’ patience with the release of Spirits of Amazonia Part Three, the final piece of the thrilling trilogy, on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Put on a mysterious new path by an enigmatic tribal Shaman, Jake’s journey so far has seen the introduction of new tribes, an expanded map, fearsome new weapons, dangerous new enemies, and the addition of challenging Tribal Legend quests.
Now, Jake’s adventure expands once again with another new tribe, added weapons, activities, and more.
The addition of the final chapter of the Spirits of Amazonia saga represents the most complete edition of the game on consoles. From Early Access to now, Jake’s experience in the depths of the Amazon has seen everything from the addition of co-op mode to the revered Story Mode. At the same time, Creepy Jar remained staunchly focused on engaging with player feedback. The result is a more refined experience with each update adding more functionality and player-requested improvements. Simply put, Green Hell as it stands today directly results from its passionate community and their valued feedback.
Parts 1 and 2 of Spirits of Amazonia arrived on consoles on May 25, 2022, inviting players to experience the events before Green Hell’s original Story Mode. Expanding on nearly every aspect of the game, players have been introduced to the Mu’agi and Un’garaca tribes all while exploring new locations, collecting and crafting new items, and completing challenging and diverse new quests. The arrival of Part 3 to consoles reveals the Habbacu tribe and brings Jake’s prequel adventure to its thrilling conclusion. See below for more details:
Introducing the Habbacu, an Amazonian fishing tribe
Three ritual arenas-themed for each of the tribes
A new region with lots of locations to explore
4 new legends
A brand new AI, the creepy-crawly Centipede
2 new activities, 2 new weapons, a new pottery mechanic, and more
Jake’s journey with the Spirits of Amazonia reaches its epic end