Squanch Games founder Justin Roiland has retired from the High on Life team.
The developer will no longer create content for a comedy shooter with action-adventure elements. The decision was made after the cessation of work on the animated series “Rick and Morty” (Rick and Morty). Remember, Warner Bros. Discovery decided to fire Roiland due to a lawsuit in the state of California. The developer was prosecuted for domestic violence on Jan. 13.
High on Life was released on December 12, 2022 on Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and PC. The comedic first-person shooter is set in a sci-fi world with talking guns.
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