“We have been thrilled with High On Life’s reception since it launched in December. Our PlayStation fans have been slightly less thrilled, which is why we’re so excited to share that it’s coming their way very soon,” said Squanch’s studio director Mike Fridley.
The comedy first-person shooter sees players partnering with talking guns to take down an alien cartel threatening humanity.
At launch the game broke several notable engagement records. According to Microsoft, it was the subscription service’s biggest release of 2022, its biggest third-party launch of all time, and its biggest single player-only game release.
Announcing DLC for the game last month, Squanch Games CEO and studio director Mike Fridley said High on Life had surpassed 7.5 million unique players.
Titled High on Knife, the DLC is set two years after the main game ends and takes it in a horror-comedy direction.
It stars Knifey, a bloodthirsty melee weapon voiced by Michael Cusack, and introduces Harper, a new character/gun voiced by Sarah Sherman (Saturday Night Live).
High on Knife will be released for PC, Xbox and PlayStation consoles later this year.