High on Life Is an FPS from Rick and Morty Co-Creator Justin Roiland

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Squanch Games has released an official trailer for High on Life, a game from Rick and Morty co-creator Justin Roiland, where a player fends off an alien cartel that is kidnapping humans to be used as drugs. The player will traverse the universe as a bounty hunter with talking guns, taking on gangs and rescuing other humans. The game will feature diverse environments, including jungles, cities built inside an asteroid, and more. High on Life will release for PC and Xbox in October 2022.

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From the Co-Creator of Rick & Morty and Solar Opposites, comes High On Life.

Fresh out of high school with no job and no ambition, you’ve really got nothing going for you until an alien cartel that wants to get high off humanity invades Earth. Now, you and a team of charismatic talking guns must answer the hero’s call and become the deadliest intergalactic bounty hunter the cosmos has ever seen.

Travel to various planets and locations across the cosmos, go up against the nefarious Garmantuous and his gang of goons, collect loot, meet unique characters, and more, in the latest comedy adventure from Justin Roiland!

Rescue and join forces with a troop of mouthy guns to suit up as the galaxy’s most lethal bounty hunter.

Navigate dynamic and changing worlds that range from a jungle paradise to a city built inside an asteroid, the hub of the cosmos.

Leverage the distinct skills of each gun to defeat a variety of diabolical alien enemies and track down Garmantuous.

Complete hunter challenges, meet weird, fun, and hilarious characters, collect an array of alien technology, and more!

Source: Squanch Games

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