High on Life developers reveal DLC plans

Squanch Games, the company behind upcoming sci-fi shooter High on Life, reveals what it plans for the game’s future, including some DLC.

high in life is an upcoming sci-fi first-person shooter title from Squanch Games, a development studio founded by Rick and Mortys Justin Rolland. The game was first unveiled at this year’s Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase, held at Summer Game Fest in June. Since then, more and more details have become apparent high in life have been revealed as the game nears its scheduled release date later this year. At Gamescom 2022, for example high in life showed more gameplay, and the development team also discussed future plans.


high in life is a bizarre FPS due for release this December, and Executive Producer Matty Studivan recently announced that the team has even been working on some DLC ideas for the game. According to Studivan, the studio has already brainstormed ideas high in life Post-launch content that includes bug fixes as well as some additional content that didn’t quite live up to the game’s original cut. This post-launch support will also include some DLCs for high in lifebut Studivan didn’t go into too much detail as to what that might look like.

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He discussed the studio’s previous title, Trover saves the universea sci-fi VR game with the famous comedy style to be expected from one of the creators Rick and Morty. “With Trover‘ Studivan said, ‘we’ve been supporting it for a really long time… And so I think we want to do the same high in life.” Even months before high in life With the recently pushed back release date, the team is already discussing DLC ​​plans, which might seem a bit early for some.

However, it makes sense that the team at Squanch Games would want to give high in life additional content as soon as possible, especially considering the other important details revealed about the title at Gamescom. Also according to Studivan high in life only takes about 12-20 hours to hit. For those who love to explore the crazy galaxy of high in life, may prove to be a brief experience. Because players can finish the game quickly, additional content will be provided quickly high in life after its release could extend the shelf life of the game.

While high in life While the game may not offer hundreds of hours of gameplay from launch, it seems that the game’s 12-20 hours of gameplay will be enjoyable thanks to its setting, comedy, and game design. high in life Talking weapons are a unique addition to the game, commenting on the player’s actions and acting as both a means of destruction and a comedic sidekick. With Studivan confirming that DLC ideas are being brainstormed, it appears that more content is to come soon high in life start and extend the originally short playing time.

high in life will be released on December 13th on PC, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S. The game is confirmed for day one release on Xbox Game Pass.

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Source: The Gamer

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TaraSubramaniam is a Interreviewed U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. TaraSubramaniam joined Interreviewed in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing: tarasubramaniam@interreviewed.com.

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