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SponsoredEver found an easter egg in a video game? Here are 4 from popular game series which we are certain you will have missed!

Video games create some of the best worlds we have ever seen and players will happily spend hours there to ensure that they can see everything there is to see. To reward those players who spend more time searching than others, developers love to put in hidden details called easter eggs. These could be links to other games or aspects of pop culture, or simply could be fun and ridiculous. Let’s take a look at some of the best easter eggs we have seen.

Saints Row 2
Many people love this sandbox of a city and Volition already filled it with references to other games in their library. However, if you head to three different islands in the outer reaches of the map, a monstrous pink bunny will rise from the sea. It is utterly ridiculous and completely fits within the world of Saints Row 2.

The kit selection screen is one which many FIFA players are likely to ignore. All they want to do is select a kit and progress on to the match. However, if you have picked two teams which have a real-life rivalry, the players modelling the kits will turn to each other and glare and growl instead of being good models.

These rivalries make for great matches in the real world as well as a virtual one and the outcomes can be very difficult to call. If you are interested in following these rivalries, check out NetBet sports betting for some of the best odds in upcoming derby matches.

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
When driving about the game map, you have probably encountered the bridge between San Fierro and Las Venturas. Find a way to fly to the very top and you will find a small sign which reads “There are no Easter Eggs up here. Go Away.”

Someone at Rockstar clearly has a sense of humour and knows the lengths players will go to when easter egg hunting.

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
Bethesda has made some of the best easter eggs in video games ever. In both the Elder Scrolls and Fallout universes, you will encounter the same characters in different games, references to previous events, and even simple snatches of dialogue reminiscent of something you might have already encountered. However, we are going to round out this article by discussing the easter egg which is Erik the Slayer.

Visit the village of Rorikstead and you are likely to see the NPC named Erik farming in the fields. When you talk to him, he will express a desire to go out adventuring and you will gain a quest to go convince his father to let him do so.

Erik is based around a real-life fan of the series also named Erik, who went by the name of Immok the Slayer on Bethesda’s forums. He died of cancer in 2011 and was immortalised in the game so he could become a companion of the Dragonborn and travel Tamriel forever.

If you ever needed proof that developers cared about their fans, this is the perfect example.


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