Rick and Morty Invade a Bunch of Video Games, like Rocket League and Gang Beasts

Rick and Morty Invade a Bunch of Video Games, like Rocket League and Gang Beasts

Aww gee, Rick. I don't know if we should be in all these video games.

If you're a fan of Adult Swim's irreverent animated series Rick and Morty, then you've probably been waiting impatiently for the new season. Well, until then you're in for a good week of Rick and Morty goodness. Games like Rocket League, Gang Beasts, and Move or Die will be adding free Rick and Morty content in preparation for the third season.

Rocket League will be adding free car antennas featuring Rick, Morty, Mr. Meeseeks, Mr. Poopy Butthole, and Cromulon the floating head. In addition, there will be Rick and Morty-themed rocket boosts and wheels players can earn through loot drops. All this arrives on the popular racing game starting July 5.

Indie games Move or Die and Gang Beasts will also add some Rick and Morty goods like free skins that'll make your multiplayer carnage look more Rick and Morty-esque. Move or Die's skins are available now while Gang Beasts have yet to reveal a release date. But just look at the screenshot they released.

Rick and Morty Gang Beasts Skin

As you might know, Rick and Morty creator, Justin Roiland, opened up his own VR game studio, Squanchtendo. So it's no surprise that a VR Mr. Meeseeks will be added to Steam VR Home given Roiland's affinity for the gaming platform.

You'll be able to catch an Adult Swim livestream dedicated to Rick and Morty tomorrow at 9 PM ET (kind of like a Nitnendo Treehouse stream) which should have more details about Rick and Morty season 3. I just really want to play Gang Beasts though.

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Matt Kim

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Matt Kim is a former freelance writer who's covered video games and digital media. He likes video games as spectacle and is easily distracted by bright lights or clever bits of dialogue. He also once wrote about personal finance, but that's neither here nor there.

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