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High On Life Delayed to December

Developer Squanch Games has announced that High on Life has been pushed back from its original October 25th release date to December 13th.

“In order to continue to refine the best High on Life gaming experience, the game’s release date will be changed to December 13, 2022,” Squanch Games said in a statement on Twitter. “The team at Squanch Games looks forward to having you play. Thank you for your continued patience and support!”

Justin Roiland, creator of Rick and Morty, is behind High on Life. The game follows the player as they rescue humans across the galaxy from aliens who are trying to use them as drugs. To repel threats, players use weapons called Gatrian.

High on Life first premiered in June at Xbox and Bethesda showcases. It was reportedly originally a Stadia title before Google shut down its first-party development studio, and now the game is set to release on Xbox and PC via Steam and the Epic Games Store in December. increase. It will also be included on both Xbox and PC Game Pass on launch day.

George Yang is a freelance writer for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @yinyangfooey.

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