Amazonian survival title Green Hell is slated to receive its much requested co-op mode, publisher and developer Creepy Jar announced.
The Green Hell co-op mode was revealed through a roadmap that charts the plans Creepy Jar has for its survival game in the near future.
Green Hell Co-op Mode Roadmap
Before players can tackle not getting eaten by crocodiles together in Green Hell's co-op mode, the title will receive the plant cultivation feature, alongside expanded shelters that add more floors to camps, and controller support. All three features are scheduled to release in 2019.
Green Hell's co-op mode will then launch in late 2019 or into next year.
As for 2020, the roadmap has planned a content update whose details have yet to be revealed. The bigger news revolves around Green Hell making its way to both Xbox One and PS4 next year.
When it launches, Green Hell's co-op mode will let up to 4 players to brave the dangers of the Amazonian rainforest together.
In the meantime, the title's full version, which includes a story mode, is currently available on PC.