The other day, a first-person shooter – High on Life – was released on PC, Xbox One and Xbox Series S|X. It has the most outlandish design of the environment, weapons and enemies – which becomes quite clear when you remember that one of its co-writers was Justin Roiland, one of the two creators of the popular animated TV series Rick and Morty. By the way, Roiland in an interview with Sky News confessed that while working on the game High on Life the developer Squanch Games used AI Midjourney to create some particularly strange art.

High on Life has a fairly mediocre rating on Metacritic (~65% according to critics), but Steam‘s rating is much higher – 90% positive reviews. The game also proved to be very popular on the Game Pass service, where it even topped the chart, displacing hits like Minecraft, Forza Horizon 5 and Halo Infinite.

On Steam right now, the situation is very similar: aside from the portable console Steam Deck, High on Life also took first place last week on sales charts.

High on Life, the game from the co-creator of Rick and Morty, became the most popular game on Xbox Game Pass