The hit sci-fi comedy animated series "Rick and Morty" may give fans a Christmas treat as writers announced the episodes for the upcoming season are all done.
Reports have been going around "Rick and Morty" season 3 will air before the year ends. Seemingly giving more hope to fans are the writers who have confirmed on a podcast titled "Chicks Who Script" that they have finished working on the episodes. In accordance to this, Canadian studio Bardel Entertainment has already received the script.
However, writers Erica Rosbe and Sarah Carbiener are not yet sure when the script will be returned to them. That being said, they are not yet able to fully commence with the production of the series.
Nonetheless, fans still have high hopes that the show will be back for its season 3 before the year ends. Rumors are going around that December would be a likely release date for it.
Rosbe and Carbiener also talked about the task of getting the script done during the said podcast. They revealed that changes will come this third season. In fact, the amendments will not be minor ones and may entail significant plot twists.
Given the success that "Rick and Morty" acquired since it first aired last 2013, show creators Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland are expecting that season 3 will possibly be a hit as well.
Speaking of success, iTech Post has reported about the new "Rick and Morty" simulation game that has just been announced during New York Comic Con earlier this month. The "Virtual Rick-ality" game was developed by Owlchemy Labs.
"Rick and Morty Simulator: Virtual Rick-ality" allows the players to help Rick with his experiments. It is very much similar to Job Simulator which is another virtual reality game created by Owlchemy. Players get to explore the living room, Rick's garage, Smith's home and alien spheres.