Crazy Complicated ‘Battlefield 4’ Easter Egg Discovered (Video)
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Movie Easter eggs are fun little things to look for while watching. Easter eggs in video games are often the same thing, but sometimes the developers make you work to find them. DICE, the developer behind the Battlefield series, Star Wars: Battlefront, and the Mirror’s Edge games, has a reputation for including some great hidden secrets, but they often make you work to find them.

In no other case has this been more true than the latest Easter egg found in Battlefield 4. The game has been out for two years now, but new content is still being released for those who still play the game. Recently a new map titled “Dragon Valley” was released, which is an updated take on a Battlefield 2 map. And within this newly released map is one of the craziest, most complicated series of puzzles you’re ever going to see just to unlock a little hidden surprise.

You can see how the latest Battlefield 4 Easter egg plays out in the video below.

And if you were hoping to see how the puzzles to unlock this secret are done so you can easily do it yourself, don’t get too excited. While the video will most definitely help you with finding some things I still can’t believe someone was able to find, some elements will be unique to you and require you to solve them yourself.

Unfortunately the final payoff doesn’t seem all that worth it to me. I’m not a regular Battlefield player or anything, and maybe it is worth it to others, but I have played enough of games like this to know that I wouldn’t be going through all of this madness for the end result.

Now…when you bring a freakin’ megalodon shark to the party, that’s an Easter egg I can get excited about pursuing.


[Source: jackfrags]

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