There’s A Rick And Morty Virtual Reality Game And You Can Play It At San Diego Comic-Con

The Rick And Morty multiverse is about to get a little crazier as Adult Swim and Owlchemy Labs have teamed up to make a virtual reality game for the popular cartoon. It’s called ‘Rick And Morty Simulator: Virtual Rick-Ality’ and we’ve got the first 15 plumbus-flicking seconds ever revealed to show you.

The game looks like it’s been in secret development for a while now, and with Owlchemy — the guys behind the surprisingly fun Job Simulator — in charge of things, we can expect this to be another worthy Rick And Morty license that will be even cooler than Pocket Mortys!

Show creator Justin Roiland has been an avid fan of VR for a while, telling PC Gamer in 2015 “I have never -— and I don’t say this lightly -— been more energized, enthusiastic, excited, and motivated about anything in my entire life. And that includes my TV show stuff.”

He’s just the latest to catch the virtual reality bug. Adventure Time creator Pendleton Ward’s Twitter has been nothing but VR stuffs for the past year. There’s no sign of a virtual Finn and Jake game on the horizon, though. As far as this Rick And Morty Simulator goes, people can try it out for themselves at the Adult Swim booth at San Diego Comic-Con, located behind the Convention Center at Convention Way & 5th Ave Pier.

Now here’s some more footage from Job Simulator, the game that inspired Virtual Rick-Ality.

(Via Owlchemy Labs)