Green Hell VR for PlayStation VR2 has been available on the PS Store for over a month. The latest goggles, along with the power of PS5, have allowed for significant improvements to this popular survival game. Since then, Incuvo has been listening to players’ comments and consistently working on fixes. Now, they have prepared a big treat for us.

In the latest patch (1.1.0), we get many awaited improvements. We will find there, among others, changes in gameplay, balance and haptic features. Everything is summarized in the patch notes below:

  • Adjustments to food values and their preparation times
  • Visual adjustments in dream sequences
  • Insomnia fixes – time required for first level does not reset after loading a save. Insomnia levels one by one, but time required for higher levels was reduced
  • Haptic feedback improvements
  • New scenarios for headset vibrations
  • Player’s forearm isn’t tilted anymore after rotating wrist, making it easier to use smartwatch
  • Adjustments to tools balance – obsidian tools are more durable now
  • Adjustments to audio volume
  • Caves and buildings no longer cut off environmental audio
  • Subtitles are now visible during vision fades
  • Long subtitles wrap and should be displayed more in the center of view
  • New background for pause menu
  • Implementation of adaptive triggers
  • Scaling UI will affect all HUD elements

However, this is not the end of the good news, as Green Hell VR has also received an update on Oculus Quest (1.4.0). You can find full patch notes here.

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