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‘Rick and Morty’ News: ‘GTA 5’ Mod Adds ‘Rick and Morty’ Into The Game; Season 3 Teasers Revealed Returning Characters [VIDEO]

Fans of the American adult animated cartoon, "Rick and Morty," that are waiting for season 3 may find distraction in the new "Grand Theft Auto V" MOD. Fans can play as Rick and Morty in the popular action-adventure video game. Meanwhile, the "Rick and Morty" season 3 teasers revealed a few characters that might be returning.

As the "Rick and Morty" season 3 episode 2 won't transpire till summer this year, a modder took this to his advantage. The modder, dubbed as Jedidah515, created mods to add Mr. Meeseeks, Rick, and Morty into the game. Wherein, players can utilize a limitless "Rick and Morty" numbers to deal with the police and to cause a large amount of damage to havoc in Los Santos. Also, the mods allow players to change characters that were already in "GTA 5," UPROXX reported.

Meanwhile, fans of the American sitcom still can't get over the fact that they would have to wait till summer to watch the "Rick and Morty" season 3 episode 2. "Rick and Morty" season 3 episode 1 already aired on April 1, nonetheless, that was all that was available at the time. As for the rest of the "Rick and Morty" season 3 episodes, no other details were pitch in except that these will debut this summer.

Nevertheless, "Rick and Morty" fans will not be disappointed as the Adult Swim cable network has already released several promo teasers for the adult animated science fiction sitcom. Several video teasers revealed some characters that might be returning next season. This ensures that the season 3 of "Rick and Morty" will definitely roll out any time during the summer, Den Of Geek reported.

The episode 2 of "Rick and Morty" season 3 is dubbed as Rickmancing the Stone. Once the new series of the American sitcom airs in the U.S., the show will make its way onto the streaming services.

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