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Squanch Games’ High On Life Lands On PlayStation Like A Spaceship In Front Of Your House

Xbox Game Pass exclusive High On Life, which broke records for Microsoft’s streaming service, is finally on PlayStation. 

According to Squanch Games, gamers wouldn’t let the team take a chill and drink in their success.

Nope, instead, they kept asking, “When is PlayStation?”

So the team has decided to crash the game onto PlayStation consoles like the aliens crashed their ship on the nameless hero’s suburban court… right in the centre, with no regard for people who have to go to work. 

“The fans have spoken. And spoken. And spoken,” says Mike Fridley, Squanch’s studio director. “We’ve been thrilled with High On Life’s reception since it launched in December. Our PlayStation fans have been slightly less thrilled, which is why we’re so excited to share that it’s coming their way very soon. Like now, soon! Thank you for your patience!”

High On Life puts you in first-person view, in a disgusting high schooler going through puberty and probably covered in acne. If you think that’s gross, wait until you get transported to space, where you fight an alien cartel turning humans into the drug of choice.

The game retails for $59 and comes right in time for you to spend more of your hard-earned money on DLC Squanch recently announced, High On Knife, which introduces a brand-new talking gun character, Harper, voiced by Sarah Sherman (Saturday Night Live) and a goopy new boss named Mux who’s voiced by Gabourey Sidibe (Precious, American Horror Story). High On Knife will launch on PlayStation this fall when it’s also available for PC and Xbox consoles.