High On Life, a humorous first-person shooter (FPS) from the Squanch Games studio, which was co-founded by Justin Roiland – who was one of the creators of the Rick and Morty series – is set to debut on the market next month, as announced.
While the developers have already shared some comprehensive gameplay snippets from their production, meanwhile, the time has come for more details. Indeed, the developers have revealed how much time players are going to have to spend to complete the said title.
In an interview with Pure Xbox, Mike Fridley of Squanch Games studio has revealed that it will require players about 10 to 12 hours to complete the main storyline of High On Life.
However, this is not the end of the story, as players who want to explore all the secrets hidden by the said production will be required to spend between 20 and 25 hours on the said title.
Right after school, having no job and no ambition – you do not have anything to do until a cartel of aliens is invading Earth to drug people. Now you, assisted by a group of talking guns, are forced to answer the call and become a deadly intergalactic bounty hunter like the cosmos has never seen before,” reads the game’s description on Steam.
In the end, let’s remember that High On Life is coming to PC and Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S consoles. The game is expected to make its debut on the said platforms on December 13.
The production of the Squanch Games studio will also hit the Xbox Game Pass service on its release date. What do you think about this game? Let us know in the comments below.