Excessive On Life, the upcoming first-person shooter from Justin Roiland’s Squanch Video games, has been delayed.
Initially due out this October, Excessive On Life will now hit Xbox Collection X/S, Xbox One, and PC on December 13, 2022. It joins numerous different video games delayed this week like Planet of Lana and Evil West, and for the same cause: the group wants extra time to make this recreation the perfect it may be.
Here is the studio’s assertion concerning the delay, in full:
“We’ve got excellent news and dangerous information. Be at liberty to decide on the choice you’d want to learn first; we can’t meddle together with your free will.
The Good Information: Excessive On Life remains to be coming in 2022! The group at Squanch Video games is working onerous in direction of growing the perfect gaming expertise to hit your screens, and just a little further time to squash some bugs by no means hurts. With that in thoughts, our new launch date is ready to December 13, 2022.
The Unhealthy Information: It is a recreation delay, sorry! As a result of we’re making you wait an extra 6-ish weeks, please settle for the linked animation as an apology.
“Excessive On Life might be out there through Xbox Collection X/S, Xbox One, Home windows PCs, Day One on Xbox Sport Cross, PC Sport Cross, and thru Xbox Cloud Gaming. Thanks in your continued endurance and assist.”
As for the linked animation talked about within the assertion above, it is what you’ll be able to watch under:
Whilst you anticipate Excessive On Life, please discover this 500 pound, diaper-wearing alien a spouse. Please. He will not depart me alone.
— Excessive On Life (@highonlifegame) August 18, 2022
As you’ll be able to see, it’s extremely Justin Roiland. Take pleasure in!
For extra about Excessive On Life, try its reveal trailer from the June 2022 Xbox & Bethesda Video games Showcase.
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