Watch Dogs 2 is probably one of the most expected games of 2016, scheduled to be released on the 16th of November.
However, even though the game was not yet released, various online publications have started posting Easter Eggs list, tiny secrets scattered throughout the game. So, in order to keep up with the times, we’ve done a little snooping around and came up with some pretty awesome stuff.
Here’s what you’re going to find in the game in terms of Easter Eggs.
1. Pac-Man Reference
Everybody loves Pac-Man. Remember the little guy from the ’90? A little yellow dude, that resembled a cheese wheel. Pac-Man is probably one of the most iconic video game of all time, and of course, appeared as a reference in countless other games and even movies (Pixels).
So, according to the game’s developer, it would seem that there’s a Pac-Man reference in Watch Dogs 2. How to find out the hidden Easter Egg? Sometimes during the game, you will receive a mission in which you will find to break into a house owned by Haum.
Don’t get your hopes just yet, because the mission is far from being a walk in the park. Haum owns a smart house, which, in most cases, equals to booby traps and dangerous security robots.
So, after hacking your way inside Haum’s residence, you’ll literally stumble upon three robots named Clyde, Inky, Blinky, and Pinky after the three ghost that always chased Pac-Man around the maze.
2. Driver: San Francisco reference
Originally released back in 2011, Driver: San Francisco is one of the coolest car-chasing and bending game on the market. Of course, the developers could not resist dropping a little hint about the celebrated racing game.
So, during your trek through the city, you’ll see many billboards and e-commercials about an application called ‘Driver SF.’ That app is a reference to the celebrated game.
3. No Man’s Sky Reference (Not confirmed)
During one the hacking missions, the player will find a hidden game trailer cleverly hidden inside a transmission.
Right now, there are two working hypotheses among Ubisoft fans. The first one states that the short movie is the teaser trailer for an upcoming sci-fi game. On the other hand, some fans believe that given the choppy and unpolished graphics of the trailer in contrast with gameplay, this can be Ubisoft’s way of making fun of No Man’s Sky.
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