After the overwhelming success of the "Ricky and Morty" show, creators have introduced yet another surefire hit: Rick and Morty Simulator: Virtual Rick-ality game. Photos disclosed on Steam revealed exciting photos to get every "Rick and Morty" fan started.
"Rick and Morty" show co-creator Justin Roiland first introduced at the New York Comic-Con the game adaptation of the show called Rick and Morty Simulator: Virtual Rick-ality.
Rick And Morty Simulator: How Does It Work?
Developed by Owlchemy Labs, Rick and Morty Simulator runs on HTC Vive headsets. Basically, the gameplay works much like Job Simulator, another VR game developed by Owlchemy. The game brings you to a living room while you can also walk around Smith household, Rick's garage and alien spheres.
Rick and Morty Simulator allows you to aid Rick in pulling together stuff that he can use for his experiments. You can use your hands to collect objects in a three-dimensional space. On top of that, the gameplay includes solving puzzles and completing missions through Rick's instructions.
Aside from that, here's what you can do with the game: live a fully voice acted Rick and Morty adventure; search, dig, toss and smash iconic items like the Plumbus; and teleport to other rooms and look for concealed items. All these you can do in 3D space with real fake doors.
Rick And Morty Simulator: System Requirements
Before you can enjoy the world of Rick and Morty, you have to meet the system requirements. For the operating system, you need at least Windows 7 SP1. For the processor, you need at least an Intel Core i5 4590 or AMD FX 8350. For the memory, you need at least 4-gigabyte RAM. For graphics, you need at least GeForce GTX 970 or AMD Radeon R9 290. Remember also that this game needs a play area of at least 2 meters by 1.5 meters.
When can you play the game? Unfortunately, developers have not yet given the release date of the game. In fact on Steam, it is only marked to be announced. In the meantime, here's a teaser video for Rick and Morty Simulator: Virtual Rick-ality: