Owlchemy Labs, developer of Job Simulator, has now given the VR treatment to one Adult Swim's most popular shows, Rick and Morty. The experience will be available on HTC Vive and Oculus Rift headsets for a price tag of $29.99 via Steam or Oculus Home.
In all seriousness, Roiland started a VR company previous year called Squanchtendo, and despite that being a direct Rick and Morty reference, the company is not involved with this project. It was also revealed that co-creator and voice actor Justin Roiland (who voices numerous show's characters) would be heavily involved in the development of the game, stating "The Rick and Morty IP is very open - if people get killed off you can say it was another universe". The game "is a fast-paced, chaotic VR adventure complete with mechanics and mayhem only possible in VR", the publisher said.
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It's unclear whether those worlds will be familiar to fans of the show ("Aw man, Buttworld again?") or completely new, both of which are perfectly plausible considering how heavily the show delves into multiverse theory, presenting an endless number of alternate realities. "We could not have asked for a more successful collaboration, or a better way to demonstrate Turner's commitment to creating innovative fan experiences beyond the series".
"We really believe fans are going to lose their minds at what we've developed", Owlchemy Labs chief executive Alex Schwartz said.
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In the game, you take control of a Morty clone, ostensibly created for the sole goal of doing chores for Rick. Taking on the role of a clone of Morty players will follow Rick's instructions at their own peril. Rick and Morty Season 3 isn't fully back yet, with a Summer release planned for the rest of the series.
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