Harvest Blood is a horror movie from 1987 featured as one of the full-length movies you can watch in Squantch Games’ comedic first-person shooter title High On Life. Since it’s not related to any quest and doesn’t affect the game progression, many players miss out on it. Seeing that, we are here with a handy guide on how to watch Blood Harvest in High On Life. 

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How To Watch Blood Harvest in High On Life

You can watch Blood Harvest on the television in your Living Room in High On Life. Moreover, you can also visit the Movie Theatre using the Theatre Warp Disc that you can get from Blorto’s Shop in Blim. 

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There is no manual option for playing the Blood Harvest movie on your TV or in the Theatre; all you can do is keep checking which show is playing while also progressing the game. 

Apart from the animated short films and news set in the High On Life world, you can watch around four full-length movies in the game. These are:

  • Blood Harvest
  • Demon Wind
  • Tammy and the T-Rex
  • Vampire Hookers

To watch each of these full-length movies in High On Life, you must progress the game and keep checking your TV. You can also press the E key on your PC or the corresponding button on your controller while looking towards the couch to get the prompt to sit down. 

You can relax on the couch beside Gene and watch short films and movies.

That is it. That concludes our guide on how to watch Blood Harvest movie in High On Life. 

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For more on High On Life, check out our dedicated guides section.

High On Life is available on PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and Series S platforms. 

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