During it’s three season’s on television, Rick and Morty has already accrued a massive following, enough so that outcry from that fanbase brought back an entire defunct McDonalds sauce after it was featured in an episode. While PC fans have been able to experience the calamity that Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland in their own virtual world with Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality, PlayStation fans will soon get a shot too.
PlayStation Experience 2017 revealed that Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality will be available for PlayStation VR in the near future with a wacky trailer, linked below.
It hasn’t been revealed if there will be any key differences from the Steam version of the game, but the features are listed below.
Rick and Morty have teleported into your living room for a cutting-edge VR adventure from Adult Swim Games and Owlchemy Labs (Job Simulator). Play as a Morty clone as you explore Rick’s garage, the Smith household, and alien worlds.
Experience life as a clone of Morty and all the trauma that comes with it. Step through portals to strange worlds, help Rick with his bizarre experiments, and use your hands in VR to pick up and play in an interaction-filled 3D Rick-ality. Follow Rick’s directions (or don’t!) to solve puzzles and complete missions in this fully voice acted adventure.
- It’s your favorite 2D characters in 3D. It’s RICK AND MORTY VR! They’re 3D now!
- Probe, prod, throw, and smash iconic items like the Plumbus.
- Also, it’s got this thing!
- Teleport around rooms and walk through portals.
- No really! You walk with your actual feet through virtual portals!
- Get yelled at by Rick, and question your own self worth.
- Smack Rick in the face.
- Real fake doors!
Just yesterday at the Game Awards, a similar VR experience titled Accounting+ was announced, a game that will be headed by Justin Roiland’s studio Squanch Games. While new episodes may not be on TV anytime soon, it’s still a great time to be a Rick and Morty fan, that is for sure.
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Andrew has been in love with video game ever since his brother was forced by their parents to let him watch him and his friends play games like Goldeneye and Super Mario 64.