In true Rick and Morty style, High on Life features many Easter Eggs and hidden secrets that are fun little things that are very rewarding for those who take the time to find them. One of the Easter Eggs that became most popular in High on Life is the Warp Discs.
Although Warp Discs are not challenging to find, they are difficult to obtain, as they are purchased at different prices that you will not be able to afford.
Therefore, in this guide, you will learn everything you need to know about Warp Discs, such as where the different stores sell them, how many crystals they cost, what they are, and, obviously, how to use them.
What are Warp Discs in High on Life?
Just as the name suggests, Warp Discs are an in-game collectible that summons an object with the help of a disc. A few hours into the game, you will receive a warp remote that will allow you to use the discs to access a new area or discover an easter egg moment.
How many Warp Discs are there in High on Life?
In total, there are six warp discs to collect. Collecting and using them all will grant you the achievement of “See all landmarks” in the game.
To get warp discs, you must buy them with warp crystals. Warp Crystals is a unique currency you can steal from the G3 Cartel later in the game when the combat sequences become more challenging.
Enemies will arrive at a warp base, and once you defeat the enemy reinforcements, you can take the crystal they used to arrive, which can be found on a panel. You will know if there is a warp crystal available, as it will appear on your minimap as a collectible item.
In the game’s main hub, Blim City, Blorto’s Kiosk will be the place to buy all the warp disks. Here are all the warp disks and their costs:
- Pretty city: 0 crystals
- Cinema: 3 crystals
- Skate park: 8 crystals
- Tramway tracks: 5 crystals
- Bathroom deformation: 5 crystals
- Quiet cabin: 10 crystals
How to use Warp Discs on High on Life
Now that you know all about warp discs, using them is the next natural step. When you are ready to use them, you must find a Warp Signal that appears in the game as a giant blue vortex. Enter it and you’ll be given the option to use one of the warp disks of your choice and experience a wild set of events that come with them.
That’s all you need to know about how to use warp disks in High on Life, what they are, and how to use them in the game. Have you been able to buy them all? Tell us in the comments!