Life High received a major update with patches 4the one which… fixed many issues encountered in game also added two new graphics mods Further enhancements have been made for Xbox Series X and Series S, as well as PC.
The list of fixes is really long and we direct you to: official patch notes for a more complete view or by reading the official tweet below.
Here we report the top issues, starting with the graphics mods: classic mods introduced on Xbox Series X and Series S performance and graphics quality. On the Xbox Series X, the performance mode displays the game at 60 frames per second and up to 1440p in dynamic resolution, while on the Xbox Series S it is 1080p and 60 fps.
Focusing on graphics quality, the mode instead hits 30fps on both consoles, this is how the Xbox Series X reaches 4K (dynamic) and the Series S i 1440p (dynamic). By default, the game offers the performance mode, but you can change it to your liking.
Native and AI Quality mods were introduced on PC, the latter making use of Nvidia DLSS, AMD FSR 2.0 and Intel XeSS, and added options to disable drag and HUD corruption to the options menu.
As for the fixes, the patch fixes various compatibility issues, crashes and bugs encountered during gameplay. There hasn’t been much information about High on Life, the biggest Game Pass launch of 2022, since allegations against Justin Roiland, who will face a lawsuit where he is accused of domestic violence. Roiland later left Squanch Games.