‘High On Life’ developer confirms DLC and post-launch plans

High On Life will obtain downloadable content material (DLC) and different post-launch additions, developer Squanch Games confirmed at Gamescom after displaying off extra in-game footage.

The sci-fi first-person shooter is being developed by Squanch Games, the studio based by the co-creator of Rick and Morty, Justin Roiland. Earlier this 12 months, at Summer Game Fest, the sport was introduced and since then an increasing number of info has gone public main as much as its launch later this 12 months.

At Gamescom 2022, High On Life confirmed off 25 minutes of footage and the event group had been current to debate the way forward for the sport. Executive producer Matty Studivan revealed that the sport has already had DLC “brainstormed” (through, GameRant) and that bug fixes and extra content material which didn’t make the unique reduce may also be making its manner into the sport following the discharge in December.

Speaking concerning the studio’s earlier launch, Trover Saves The Universe, Studivan additionally stated that Squanch Games “supported it for a really long time,” and that it “want[s] to do the same with High On Life”.

Extra content material appears essential for Squanch Games to deal with with High On Life, as one other main element revealed at Gamescom is that the sport will solely take between 12 and 20 hours to finish.

Following an preliminary launch date of October 25, it was introduced earlier this month that the sport has been delayed till December 13. Squanch Games has stated that is because of the studio eager to “polish” the sport and ship “the best possible gaming experience” for High On Life.

In different online game information, PlayStation has acquired Savage Game Studios and added it to the newly-formed PlayStation Studios Mobile Division. The studio is engaged on a “new unannounced Triple-A mobile live service action game.”

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