15 Apr 2021 9:06 AM +00:00

Rick and Morty Siege Skins are real and on their way soon

It's not something you expect to see, but something you almost understand. Adult Swim's Rick and Morty are collaborating with Ubisoft's Rainbow Six Siege to add two new Rick and Morty skins, Pickle Rick and a Gromflomite, to Siege for Sledge and Smoke.

Rick and Morty Siege Skins Release Date

Although we don't have too much information about the collaboration yet, you can see what both skins look like below.

Smoke is Pickle Rick, but Rat-Mech Pickle Rick, as opposed to being a limbless gourd. But Sledge isn't Morty. Sledge isn't The Jaguar either, which would make another fantastic skin.

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No, Sledge is a Gromflomite. Basically, he's Siege's take on one of those strange flying bug police officers from Rick and Morty.

Pickle Rick Siege Gromflomite Rick and Morty
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KROMBOPULUS MICHAEL - He's also a Gromflomite, if you were wondering!

You can check it all out in the trailer below:

Both Bundles are being added to Rainbow Six Siege's in-game store on April 15th. We don't know for sure when, but we're expecting them to be added sometime around 08:00 EST / 13:00 BST and 10:00 EST / 15:00 BST, judging on when the last update was added to the game.

However, this could be later given the fact that the Rick and Morty Siege skins are an Item Store update and not a full title update.


What is Pickle Rick?

It might be the "funniest sh*t [you've ever seen", according to the memes. It might also be an incredibly over-hyped joke from an adult cartoon that's often better in its more serious moments.

Either way, it's safe to say that Pickle Rick has been leant on quite a lot since its first appearance in Rick and Morty in 2017.

In S03E03, Rick turns himself into a Pickle to escape Family Therapy. It's actually an episode with some dark overtones, but classically it does little to land on them as we mainly follow Rick's strange adventures as an Eastern European Urban Myth. There is a time for reflection at the end as he does finally end up in Family Therapy, but Rick and Morty does little to capitalise on this.

We're expecting both the Rick and Morty Siege skins to cost 1800 R6 Credits, like standard Elite skins in-game.

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