Move over Minecraft, High on Life is the new king of Game Pass, beating Minecraft

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High on Life currently dominates Xbox Game Pass.

It’s been a little over a week since the launch of Squanch Games’ High on Life, and its release has been nothing short of spectacular. As video game industry veteran BenjiSales reports, the game’s launch took over the dominant streaming service from Xbox and went straight to the top, overtaking a few notable names along the way.

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Launching High on Life to the top of Game Pass is quite an impressive feat for a team with only a few small titles in their portfolio. The game’s addition to the streaming service has done wonders for the title, overtaking mega hits like Minecraft and Forza Horizon 5 for the top spot in Game Pass.

Before launching the game, Squanch Games wanted to make a title as accessible as possible for its fans, and what better way to reward that feeling than by bringing the game to the top. Assuming a sequel is in the works, it would be a no-brainer to stick with the strategy the team implemented with this title.

High on Life comes from the genius brain of Rick and Morty co-creator Justin Roiland. The goal is to put players in the middle of an alien invasion and stop the enslavement of humanity by becoming bounty hunters and providing aid using sentient weapons known as Gatlians. Given Roiland’s hand in developing the game, players can expect plenty of jokes and wacky situations as they face the open earth.

Be sure to check out the dedicated section below to learn all about High on Life, including some guides and in-game insights to help you through the game.

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