A lot of fans have been eagerly waiting for the Rick and Morty Season 3 to air. As a matter of fact, there has been a speculation that the much-awaited show might premiere last January 9 but didn't happen. Luckily, Adult Swim has revealed 8-bit video but some said it was actually a 16-bit video teasing its patrons.
According to Tripped Media, a lot of fans are upset when Rick and Morty Season 3 did not premiere on January 9, which was scheduled on IMDB as Season 3 Episode 1's release date. As of the moment, Season 3's release date remains unknown, and yet there are new speculations suggesting that it might be in March.
Furthermore, Counsel & Heal stated that the 8-bit video-game-like introduction of the Rick and Morty Season 3 was revealed. But then, there are reports stating that it's actually something better like 16-bit. As a matter of fact, it can be compared to the likes of some classic games like "Owlboy" and "Stardew Valley."
The clip is created by the creator of Super Dino Boys, Paul Robertson who has been trying to enhance the GIF format and 8-bit aesthetic transfer from Web 1.0 to 2.0 for the past eight years. Now, he accomplished to do it with the theme of Rick and Morty. The creator together with Ivan Dixon made sprites in Photoshop and GraphicsGale in one and a half month to animate in Autodesk Animator.
In selecting Rick and Morty, they told The Creators Project blog that is one of their preferred television shows. They also stated that they have achieved to take in many of their favorite characters while still upholding the timing of its original scenes. As a matter of fact, they even included the sequence Mr. Poopybutthole's mocking look to Beth is included.
With the revelation of this new video, some of Adult Swim's patron may predict that there will be an 8-bit or 16-bit episode coming in Rick and Morty Season 3. Nevertheless, they should take this with skepticism as the creator of the series hasn't confirmed that information yet.