Celebrate 4/20 With a Rick and Morty VR Game

Set in Rick’s garage, Rick and Morty: Virtual Rickality is an hour-long VR adventure game featuring input and voice acting from co-creator Justin Roiland. And of course it’s releasing on 4/20, perfect.

The game was developed by Owlchemy Labs who previously worked on Job Simulator. Virtual Rickality follows a similar vein with players able to interact with a variety of objects, combining them in hilarious and interesting ways. Rick’s garage seems to be the perfect fit for this type of gameplay, considering all of the weird inventions and potentially lethal substances and all.

The game will have players embodying one of Morty’s clones and will need to use whatever is within reach to solve puzzles and levels. It will feature many well-known elements from the show, burp-jokes galore and an original storyline.

Rick and Morty: Virtual Rickality will release April 4 on HTC Vive and Oculus Rift with Oculus Touch capability. Watch the announce trailer below:

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My name is Jake Green. Currently living in Sheffield and rambling about video games. I have a soft spot for VR, and value storytelling in games above all else.