Some video games include secret content or funny references in English called “Easter eggs”. So let’s go look for these un-edible, yet equally fun Easter eggs …
In the world of video games, an “Easter egg” (literally translating as “Easter egg” in French) refers to an image, message, or secret content that is hidden and accessible through specific actions (a combination of keys, a position indicator, etc. that). ).
History buffs will be delighted to learn that the first use of the phrase “Easter egg” dates back to the game “Adventure,” which was released for Atari 2600 in July 1980. At that time, no game developers were mentioned in the credits. Warren Robinett, who worked on “Adventure,” decides that such a situation is meaningless and thus hides his name, revealing only if the player places his character on a particular pixel at one of the game’s tables. Only condensate. Here are recent examples.
In most cases, “Easter eggs” are just jokes from the developers to keep players entertained. This is how a “secret cow level” grew up in a blizzard. At the time of the first “Diablo”, “players” noticed a field where cows were grazing peacefully. Instantly, rumors spread that the animals were allowing access to a secret level. But this is a mistake.
On the one hand, designers have noticed this and have included it in “Diablo II” (“Diablo II Resurrected” was released this year for Windows, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and 5, Xbox One, Series X / S via Blizzard .com diablo2. ). To find out how to access it, just go to this page in French from the “Diablo Wiki”: https://diablo.fandom.com/fr/wiki/Le_niveau_de_la_vache_secr%C3%A8te.
Blizzard apparently repeated in “Diablo III” (for Windows, Mac OS, and Nintendo Switch via Blizzard diablo3.com), But by naming the secret level “not the level of the cow” (to access it, in French: https://www.breakflip.com/fr/diablo-3/guide/diablo-3-niveau-des-vaches-comment-acceder-au-not-the-cow-level-20596)!
But that’s not all, because there is also a level where players fight unicorns. To find out, in English, just go to Diablo Fandom diablo.fandom.com/wiki/Whimsyshire)!
With this date, it was imperative that “Minecraft Dungeons” (for Windows, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PlayStation 4 play via Minecraft, www.minecraft.net) Delivers a tribute to the famous secret cow level. And how to have fun is explained in this video, in English, on YouTube (www.youtube.com/watch?v=sxS5OZmQ5tc).
Let’s get out of “Diablo” and “Minecraft” and head over to “Animal Crossing: New Horizons” (for the Nintendo Switch, www.animal-crossing.com/newhorizons). Early adopters will appreciate knowing you only need to watch TV in your character’s home at 3:33 AM (yes, in the morning!) To see an alien speaking in a very strange language!
Always for fun, “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare” (for Windows, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One via Call of Duty, www.callofduty.com/modernwarfareYou are allowed to blow out the teddy bears in order to cover them with colored scraps and see the emergence of … the last roll of toilet paper in these times of the pandemic! The maneuver is explained here (cod.tracker.gg/modern-warfare/articles/modern-warfare-aisle-9-last-roll-easter-egg) In English.
And even the hitman from “Hitman: Absolution” (for Windows via Steam, store.steampowered.com/app/203140/Hitman_Absolution/) He can see the ice cream truck. At the end of the End of the Road quest, kill the five eagles in the air. Then the truck appears and kills the man in the desert that it just encountered.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla (for Windows, PlayStation 4 and 5, Xbox One, Series X / S via Ubisoft, www.ubisoft.com), The Easter egg is very complicated. A tribute to British band The Prodigy and singer Keith Flint, who passed away in 2019, can be accessed by following the steps of this YouTube video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HD4V3gJLZmY) In English.
Streets of Rage 4 fans (Windows and Mac OS via Steam, https://store.steampowered.com/app/985890/Streets_of_Rage_4/(Enjoy playing the very old version of the game thanks to the instructions in Shakespeare’s language referred to in the Prima games)primagames.com/tips/earn-throwback-achievement-streets-rage-4).
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Fans of the “GTA” franchise can spend the long Easter holidays searching for secret locations. In “Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas” (for Windows, Mac OS, Xbox One and 360, as well as PlayStation 2 and 3 via Rockstar Games, https://www.rockstargames.com/games/sanandreas), You have to go to the top of the bridge that connects San Fierro with Las Venturas to find a sign with the inscription: “There are no Easter eggs here. Go away.” (“There are no Easter eggs here. Go away.”)
And in “Grand Theft Auto: Vice City” (for Windows, Mac OS, Xbox and PlayStation 2 systems via Rockstar Games, https://www.rockstargames.com/games/vicecity), You can discover a chocolate egg marked “Happy Easter” by following the instructions in this YouTube video in English)www.youtube.com/watch?v=xZxysophL-o).
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