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High on Life: the crazy FPS from Rock & Morty’s dad is delayed


Justin Roiland and Squansh Game’s next video game trip was supposed to be released by this fall, but plans have just changed.

High on Life, a totally insane FPS straight out of the deranged brain of Justin Roiland (Rick & Morty) and the studio Squansh Game (Trover Save The Universe) gives us good news and bad news.

High on Life postponed, but still available this year

The good news is that the software will be available this year as agreed and should be a kick in the pants like the excellent and scathing Trover Saves the Universe in its time.
The bad news is that instead of being released in October as planned, High on Life will only be released on December 13, 2022 on Xbox SeriesXbox One and PC.

In the meantime, not without a sense of humor, Squansh Games asks us for a hand in finding a wife for a body-built alien in a diaper. Atmosphere.

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