If Only ‘Rick And Morty’ VR Comes Out With ‘Roy: A Life Well Lived?’ Episode, Season 3 Delay Would Mean Nothing

By , UniversityHerald Reporter

"Rick And Morty" Season 3 release date remains unidentified as Adult Swim and Justin Roiland et al keep the launch schedule in maximum confidentiality. Conversely, the popular title arrives in Virtual Reality games entitled "Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality" from the Owlchemy Labs. However, the said VR game failed to satisfy fans who long for the series' third installment.

Amid the lack of "Rick And Morty" Season 3 update, some people find the perfect alternative to ease the upset. According to Samantha Donaldson of TVOverMind, "Rick And Morty's Roy: A Life Well Lived?" episode has left a remarkable impression on the "Rick And Morty" fans and clamor of making it a real VR game is evident.

The reports clarified that there has been no confirmation of such plans. However, "Rick And Morty" fans already came up with "Roy: A Life Well Lived?" game posters and cover arts depicting the said episode. For those who were not familiar with Roy his game, Morty has created Roy in a virtual gaming world. Likewise, the game is potentially feasible in the real world through the latest VR technology available.

However, "Rick And Morty's Roy: A Life Well Lived?" requires a time lapse capability since it should be played from life to death of the player. In reality, this feature that freezes the time or tricks the mind is likely a fantasy and the current VR innovation does have the capacity to do it. In the meantime, this is what developers must keep in mind should they make Rick And Morty's Roy: A Life Well Lived?" a reality.

In the meantime, fans should wait for the official announcement of "Rick And Morty" release date. Meanwhile, "Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality" VR game is expected to come out after the grand opening of Season 3 which is likely to come out 2017, iDigitalTimes reported. 


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