Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality releases today, and in a bit of a surprise, has been given a physical release. Most PS VR games these days are primarily digital affairs, but occasionally a higher-end title slips into brick and mortar stores.
The game retails for $29.99, with a limited Collector’s Edition available for $49.99. The Collector’s Edition features a copy of the game, a “Weaponized Rick” Funko Pop figure (with one in six featuring a variant) and a double-sided poster featuring Rick and Morty comic book cover art (if you have never checked out the comic, you really should).
When Rick and Morty released on 04-20-2017, our own John Yan reviewed the game and enjoyed it quite a bit. I am excited that the game is now releasing on PS VR, so we non-PC-gamer PS VR-types have a chance to check it out.
Some of the key features listed include:
It’s not bad that I want to pay an extra 20 bucks for a Funko Pop figure, right? Like, that’s cool? We’re all on the same page here, that this is a thing that we think is normal? I’m just going to assume that we all agreed that we’re cool with that.
Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality is also available digitally on the PlayStation Store for $29.99.