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Playstation VR’s RICK AND MORTY: VIRTUAL RICK-ALITY Gets a Squanchy Trailer

Playstation VR’s RICK AND MORTY: VIRTUAL RICK-ALITY Gets a Squanchy Trailer

Ooooo weee, there’s good news fellow Rick and Morty fans. If you’re worried about how long we might have to wait for season four, at least next year we’re definitely getting a whole new way to explore the infinite universes with a virtual reality game based on the show. And — wubba lubba dub dub — the first trailer for the game promises we’ll be able to experience what it’s like to go on a wild adventure ourselves. And also what it’s like to clean up the garage!

It’s Virtual Reality Rick and Morty ! They turned the show into the hottest video game trend!

Playstation VR has released a trailer for their Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality game they announced earlier this year, and in it a confused Morty sits on the couch with Rick watching a not-very-specific promo for the game. It will let users “experience life as a clone of Morty and all the trauma that comes with it,” and that includes letting players shoot Gromflomites, throw stuff, uh…do some laundry, and other…aw geez…uh…very fun things!

Only Rick and Morty could get us excited for a game by showing us a trailer where no one has any idea what the hell is going on. But that’s exactly the kind of adventure we want to go on, especially when it will ease the wait until the next season.

Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality will portal into Playstation VR in 2018.

Which universe or planet from the show would you most like to experience yourself? Which character would you most like to meet? Give your squanchy thoughts in the comments below.

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