Justin Roiland has officially left the High On Life development studio, Squanch Games.
The team announced this last night in a social media post, stating that they will "keep developing games we know our fans will love while continuing to support and improve High on Life". You can take a look down below:
The departure of Roiland follows domestic violence charges against the Rick and Morty creator, which has also seen Adult Swim cutting ties and presumably planning to recast the show ahead of its seventh season.
Back in December, it was announced that High on Life had become the biggest third-party Xbox Game Pass launch of all time, as well as the biggest Xbox Game Pass launch of 2022.