Squanch Games High on Life Justin Roiland

High On Life Hits Slight Delay, Now Launches In December

One of the coolest-looking games I’ve seen this year is High On Life, the latest game from Squanch Games and the mind of Justin Roiland.

On Twitter, the official Twitter account for High On Life revealed that the game would not be launching in October as intended with a clever dating ad from the development team. The team confirmed we’d still be playing High On Life this year but it would now need to be delayed by six weeks to give the developers time to polish the experience.

This week we’ve seen Evil West and Planet of Lana get hit with delays. In the case of Squanch Games’ next outing, the wait won’t be nearly as long so the positive is you’ll have time around Christmas to play the follow-up to Trover Saves the Universe.

“High On Life will be available via Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Windows PCs, Day One on Xbox Game Pass, PC Game Pass, and through Xbox Cloud Gaming. Thank you for your continued patience and support.”