‘Rick and Morty’ VR Game Now Out; Show’s Creator Says More VR Projects Coming
The much awaited “Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality” VR game is finally out and the show’s creator, Justin Roiland, says more projects are coming in the future. Players can avail the new VR game via PC or watch the outrageous but absolutely funny trailer below first. The game can be purchased from the Oculus store or Steam for $30.
Gamespot reports “Rick and Morty” VR game is playable in Oculus Rift (with Oculus Touch) and HTC Vive. For those who haven’t tried it yet, Roiland did a great job in mashing up the popular animated series with “Job Simulator” elements. Every moment is interactive and really brings the player into the world of Rick and Morty.
As seen in the trailer, gamers will start in their garage and then warped to different ridiculous places like the galaxy and what looks like an alien world. There will be a lot of fighting scenes but also some funny sequence like turning knobs, throwing things, every now and then. The game is developed by Owlchemy Labs who also developed other games like “Dyscourse”, “Jack Lumber”, “Snuggle Truck”, and “Smuggle Truck”
And if that’s not enough good news, Roiland said more projects should be expected according to Black Game. The creator is planning to create a VR studio and partner with Epic Games producer Tanya Watson. The studio is called Squanchtendo and their first press release is done through a hilarious short comic story.
While the two have not announced their future projects, it wouldn’t be surprising if Roiland releases another “Ricky and Morty” VR game in the near future. Watson says partnering with Roiland gives their studio the ability to “do these really great, comedic, narrative-driven things with interesting characters in crazy worlds.”. And that is why “Rick and Morty” is one of the most popular adult animated series today.
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