Video Game Easter Eggs #112 (assassins Creed Mirage, Payday 3, Cyberpunk 2077 & More)

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This is a reference to an often-heard quote from Mass Effect 2, which went on to become a meme. I am assuming directly. Control Hello and welcome back to another episode of the article game Easter Eggs. Without further delay, let's get started. Let's begin today's article with more Easter eggs from Cyberpunk's 2077 Phantom Liberty DLC.

First up, at this location on the map, you can find Up, let's go. So this trench coat-wearing, Katana-wielding tough guy is a reference to Blade, the half-human, half-Vampire comic book anti-hero. Aside from the outfits being pretty much identical and the Cyber Psycho using a katana just like Blade does, the area that you fight the Cyber Punk version of Blade in is a nightclub with very loud techno music, which could be a reference to this scene from the first Blade.

So this redhead plant-loving Cyber Psycho is a reference to DC Comics character Poison Ivy. Poison Ivy is known for her love of plants and her red hair, but that's not where the reference ends. The Cyber Psycho's name is Maggie Eisley, which is a reference to Poison Ivy's real name, Pam Eisley. It's a really cool reference.

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Next up is Punch Club 2: Fast Forward. Now, trying to explain what kind of game Punch Club 2 is kind of tough. You see, it's a management sim where you manage an up-and-coming fighter, which means you must make sure he is fed, rested, and healthy before his next fight. The thing is, seeing as your character isn't a professional fighter just yet, you have plenty of other commitments that can get in the way of your training, which means you spend a lot of time trying to balance work, play, and everything in between.

The first Easter egg from Punch Club 2 can be found when visiting your neighbor. Henry is a lover of' 80s movies, and if you interact with the coat hanger at his house, your character will say. This, so your character saying I need your clothes, your boots, and your motorcycle is a reference to this scene from Terminator 2.

I need your clothes, your boots, and your motorcycle. The other Punch Club 2 Easter eggs that I found both reference other article games and can both be found in the sewers. First up is this broken-down vending machine, which is a reference to the circus of value vending machines from the Bioshock games.

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The other Easter egg found in the sewers is this helmet, which is a nod to the power armor helmet from the Fallout series. Next up is Assassin's Creed: Mirage. The first Easter egg from Mirage can be kind of hard to make out, but I have a feeling that it's one of those things that, when you see it, you won't be able to unsee it at this location on the map, where you can find this very strange scene.

If you've somehow worked out what the apparent reference here is, then hats off to you, but if you haven't, then this setup is a reference to this famous internet meme. The meme depicts adult actress Piper Perry sitting on a couch while men stand behind her with only one thing on their minds. Like I said, it can be hard to make out in game and even when using photo mode.

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It's tricky to get a good look at what's going on, but once you see it, you won't be able to unsee it. Luckily, the other Mirage Easter egg is much more wholesome. The world of Assassin's Creed Mirage is full of cats that you can pick up and pet pretty much whenever you like. However, there is one cat that stands out from the rest: the nose of this particular cat.

Bears a striking resemblance to the Assassin's Creed logo. The owner of the real-world version of this cat messaged Ubisoft and explained that they had now died but they would love to see it added to Assassin's Creed Mirage, so Ubisoft did just that. It's a really nice touch-up. Next is another cool Easter egg from Echoes of the Living.

Now you may remember Echoes of the Living as the game where you could find a zombified corpse. Well, with the release of a new demo came the appearance of a new celebrity zombie. After making it to the art gallery, you can find this. So this Hawaiian shirt wearing a zombie with a killer quiff is a reference to Ace Ventura Pet Detective.

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Now I don't know about you, but personally, I'd love to see more celebrities turned into zombies in games. of course Next up is Halo Infinite on the Forbidden map that was added to the game as part of the new season 5 update. You can find some strange markings on the floor that move when hit with a melee attack.

Well, if you melee these markings in a certain order, a door will open to reveal the mother of all melee. So as long as you press the markings in the correct order, a door will open, revealing a golden sandwich SL toasty that can be used as a melee weapon. If you want to try this for yourself. Of course, this isn't the only special sandwich that can be found in Halo Infinite, with this giant sandwich being found in the game's campaign.

Let's end today's article with Payday 3. Longtime viewers of this channel may remember the giant sky monster that we found on the Shacklethorne auction map in Payday 2. Many people were eager to find out more about this mysterious creature, and PayDay 3 gives us tons of information about it, but they don't make it easy to find on various different maps.

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You can find QR codes that, when scanned, take you to a website that details fictional sightings of the monster. Now, I won't ruin the website by sharing it here now, but if you can scan the QR code, if the website is to be believed, the monster may be back on pay day three. So that's it. Be sure to subscribe for more Easter eggs and details from your favorite games.

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In todays episode of video game Easter eggs we take a look at Assassins Creed Mirage Easter eggs, Cyberpunk 2077 Easter eggs, Halo Infinite Easter eggs, Payday 3 Easter eggs, Hypercharge Unboxed Easter eggs, Punch Club 2 Easter eggs and more! NEW MERCH.
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