Developer and publisher Squanch Games has surprised launched High on Life, a previously Xbox-exclusive shooter, on PlayStation. During a surprise announcement at the San Diego Comic-Con 2023, Squanch Games not only announced the PlayStation release of High on Life but announced that it is available on both the PS4 and the PS5 right now. Apart from Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S, High on Life was previously available on PC as well. Check out the latest PlayStation launch trailer for High on Life released by Squanch Games at the SDCC 2023.
If you have been following High on Life news in the past months, Squanch Games announced the first DLC update for the game called High on Knife. The first trailer for the DLC introduced us to the brand-new talking gun character called Harper who is voiced by Sarah Sherman (SNL) and a goopy new boss named Mux voiced by Gaourey Sidibe (Precious, American Horror Story). The DLC is slated for launch this fall on Xbox, PC, and obviously, now PlayStation as well. Additional details about the DLC will be shared in the upcoming months.
Mike Fridley, Squanch’s Studio Director commented:
The fans have spoken. And spoken. And spoken. 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!
The PS5 version of High on Life supports the DualSense controller’s advanced feedback and vibrations function while the PS4 version of the game supports PS4 Pro enhancements if you are playing it on the PS4 Pro. If you were waiting for the PlayStation release of High of Life and could not play it earlier, you can head over to the PS Store right now and jump into the game. Make sure that you check out our review of the Xbox Series X|S release of High on Life as well in which we really liked the game and considered it a decent entry into an oversaturated genre.
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