Adult Swim Games announced on Friday that Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality will be bringing its VR goodness to PlayStation on Apr. 10.
After being a PC exclusive since its release in April of last year, the game will be coming to PlayStation a year after its release. The game will have two retail versions, including a standard edition and Collector’s Edition. The Collector’s Edition will be limited, and includes Funko Pop! Rick and Morty figures and a double-sided Rick and Morty comic book poster.
In the game, players will be solving puzzles, dimension-hopping through portals, fighting aliens and getting into other Rick and Morty craziness.
The game will have multiple key features for Playstation VR, including:
- Learning how to fix an intergalactic car
- Hang out in central locations within the show like Rick’s garage
- Fully voiced Rick and Morty
- Exploring multiple strange dimensions
- Probing, prodding, throwing and smashing items (just for fun)
The game will be available in North America for $29.99.
The game was published by Adult Swim Games and developed by Owlchemy Labs. Gaming distribution company Nighthawk Interactive will be in charge of the retail version, while gaming developer Other Ocean Group is responsible for the PlayStation VR version.
Hopefully, this version of Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality will not only please gamers, but also Rick and Morty fans.
Check out the game’s trailer here, along with more Rick and Morty goodness.