Rick and Morty VR Experience: Explore Rick’s Garage, Maybe Get Rickety-Rickety-Wrecked, Son

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The world of Rick and Morty isn’t exactly the most, uh… appealing world to be in, I suppose. But if you often find yourself wondering what it’d be like to wander through Rick Sanchez’s garage, then you should get yourself on down to San Diego for Adult Swim’s “Adult Swim on the Green” event. It’s free and open to the public, so you don’t need a Comic-Con badge to experience “virtual Rick-ality.” As you can see above, there’s a pretty, um… detailed trailer for the VR experience, showing off one of the, uh… things that you can interact with in Rick’s garage lab.

Aside from that, you can see there’s a ton of other neat elements that also look interactive. The garage is packed with plenty of references to episodes, too. I also really, really hope that you’ll have Rick and Morty just talking in your ear the whole time, because it would feel kind of weird to wander around in that world without either of them or something. Hey, if you wreck everything in the garage, do you get an achievement or something? Or does Rick just come in and wreck you?

I’m also thinking that this VR experience might just end up being a long, drawn out game of Roy: A Life Well Lived. You think?

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