The snowy streets of digital New York are hiding a few secrets, if you know where to look.
Pelican Town might seem like an idyllic countryside getaway, but don’t let that fool you. Stardew Valley is full of mysteries, some of which players may never see.
You know what they say, it’s dangerous to go alone.
It’s not an open world game without hidden references and easter eggs. And Far Cry Primal has some pretty cool ones: some related to other Ubisoft games, while others to our own prehistory.
One would think an easter egg that involves eating delicious-looking cake would have been uncovered within the first few days of Assassin’s Creed Unity’s release, but no. It took a year and change for this Unity secret to be revealed, and the payoff is quite delicious.
I was kidnapping a guy the other night in Assassin’s Creed Syndicate and overheard a couple of Londoners engaging in some insult sword fighting. If you ask me, most of the enemies in these games fight like dairy farmers...
It seems that Los Santos is still hiding some never-before-seen easter eggs.
I am in awe that anybody managed to figure this out.
CORRECTION (3:53pm): This is actually a reference to Rhonda Cox, an associate producer at Blizzard. We apologize for the error. She’s OK with the comparison, though!
Nice Dark Souls bonfire, Just Cause 3. And players can light it, too.
There’s a pretty great easter egg hidden in Fallout 4, and it has some juicy implications about two of Bethesda’s biggest series.
Blink and you’ll miss one of the best easter eggs in Star Wars: Battlefront.
One of the missions in Legacy of the Void’s campaign is on a forest moon called “Endion” and it involves shield generators and orbital battle stations. Sounds familiar? It’s also a game made by Blizzard, and they love hiding easter eggs everywhere, so Ewoks from Return of the Jedi just fit perfectly.
The legend of Sasquatch just got hella trippier thanks to an awesome recent discovery made by the GTA community.
Whether it’s a hidden corner of a StarCraft II campaign map or something mentioned in a WoW quest, Blizzard always finds the weirdest ways to hide easter eggs in their games. This time it’s a Diablo III-themed one in Heroes of the Storm.
When you start a new game of Metal Gear Solid V, it asks you for your birthday. There’s a reason for that—the game actually uses it in a pretty sweet way.
Silent Hills might be dead, but Kojima sure as hell ain’t letting the memory fade away.
Between all the jump scares and creepy animatronics, it’s pretty easy to miss some of the easter eggs and smaller details hiding in Five Nights at Freddy’s 4. But they are there, waiting to be noticed. Better yet, they might tell a pretty disturbing story about what’s ‘really’ happening inside of the game.