Squanch Games has dropped an update for High on Life, squashing numerous bugs and implementing a few quality-of-life improvements for the wacky space shooter on Xbox Game Pass.
If you’ve been working through the High on Life achievements since Squanch dropped the shooter into the Xbox Game Pass library, you might have encountered a few bugs and inconsistencies along the way — no, not the enemy gangster aliens. The most recent update helps iron out some of the issues and optimises other parts of the game.
High on Life update tackles bugs and adds quality-of-life improvements
It’s still fairly early days for us to decide if High on Life will join some of the best games on Game Pass we feature on our list, but it certainly has potential. Hopefully, the latest update Squanch has dropped will help improve its chances. The studio revealed the list above on Twitter, which, for those of you that find the continuous chatter from enemies and your weapons a little too much, offers you greater control of dialling it down in the settings. Dialogue has been improved slightly overall as well, giving conversations a more natural flow, and if you’ve already finished the game and would like to kick back in the lounge, the TV will now continue to show movies.
While everything in the image above is included in the update for Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC, it looks like some issues are yet to be tackled, and the update may well have added a few new bugs of its own — since the update, the bounty hunter forums in one of our saves has bugged out and blocks all progress towards its cumulative goals and rewards, essentially locking this save out of the Mods Please Ban achievement, and we’ve seen a few others reporting the same issue. Hopefully a follow-up patch will arrive in the near future to help iron out the creases some more.
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