High on Life Patch Notes Explained

Squanch Games

High on Life is the new first-person sci-fi comedy adventure game developed by Squanch Games. Squanch Games is led by the co-creator of hit adult cartoons Rick and Morty and Solar Opposites Justin Roiland. Gamers familiar with those shows will immediately notice their imprint all over High on Life. With the game launching yesterday, it should come as no surprise that the game has already received its first patch. Here are the patch notes for the game High on Life.

High on Life Patch Notes Explained

A 21GB patch was just released for High on Life. This was needed since there has been a game-breaking bug after fighting the boss Douglas that prevented players' progress. Here are the full details of the patch:

  • General crash and progress blocker fixes, including bad respawn in Douglas Mission and Jetpack tutorial.
  • Improved PC performance across various hardware configurations.
  • Improved performance across Xbox One, and Xbox Series platforms.
  • Improved UI text and button readability.
  • Localization fixes for incorrect/missing translations, subtitle timing, and overall readability.
  • Fixed combat music playing at inappropriate times and music getting stuck during Krubis and Douglas missions.
  • Fixed Blorto's menu to display player's warp crystal count accurately and adding a single-purchase limit to Warp Discs
  • Fixed commercials starting before the previous video completes.
  • Fixed subtitles from remaining on screen after leaving the area or concluding conversations
  • Improved recommended default video quality settings detection on PC

High on Life is available now on PC and Xbox platforms. The game is also on Game Pass if those are curious to try it out first.