The freshly rolled out Tom Clancy's The Division features a few Easter eggs associated with Ubisoft's other new IPs, including Grow Home and For Honor.
YouTuber OniZombies has uploaded a video, showing off where gamers can find these Easter eggs.
To locate them, gamers have to find the in-game Ubisoft Studio. They should go to E. 43rd Street, between 2nd and 3rd Avenues, to discover a safe house called The Firewall.
The Firewall is situated in the Turtle Bay, in which Level 27 to 28 enemies can also be spotted. This means that gamers need to have a high level to get to this place.
This Ubisoft Office, which can be found in a basement, is packed with Grow Home art decorations plus a humongous For Honor's wall poster.
Gamers are able to locate Grow Home's protagonist, Bud, hanging from the ceiling in a section of the game's map, just in front of the developer's logo.
Here is a walk through video to guide you in finding these Easter eggs.
Another gamer, in the meantime, has likewise unearthed another Easter egg – the "Shaun of the Dead" one. The discovery was shared on a Reddit thread.
Below is the video showing how to go to the "Shaun of the Dead" Easter egg, as also shared by OniZombies.
What's more, OniZombies discovered more Easter eggs, including the following:
• "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" Easter egg
• Splinter Cell Easter egg
• "Adventure Time" Easter egg
• "Sons of Anarchy" Easter egg
• Rayman Raving Rabbids Easter egg
• World In Conflict Easter egg
• Grow Home Easter egg
• Greg Miller Easter egg
Head over to this YouTube playlist for the compilation of The Division Easter egg videos.
Tech Times previously reported that Xbox One and PS4 gamers complained that they encountered server outages during the release day of the game.
Users took to the Reddit and Twitter to gripe on the issues they experienced. Ubisoft, in the meantime, was quick to acknowledge these problems.
“We’re currently aware of an issue impacting our games and services and we’re actively investigating to deploy a solution as quickly as possible,” it says. "UPDATE 2:00AM EST: All services have resumed normal operation on all platforms. We are monitoring the situation."