Dying Mild 2 has a giant and funky Doom Easter egg in it. It’s very good, full with a particular new shotgun and a visible filter that makes the sport look extra retro. Nonetheless, the parents at Techland determined that wasn’t sufficient and caught a separate and in addition cool Star Wars Easter egg on this already elaborate secret stage.
As an individual who actually favored Dying Mild 2, enjoys online game Easter eggs, and adores foolish weapons, I’m not mad in any respect. And as somebody who considers himself a giant Star Wars and Doom fan, I’m actually, actually not complaining.
This cool secret-in-a-secret was noticed by PC Gamer and fortunately YouTuber AshesWolf created a helpful little video information displaying you simply how you can unlock these hidden Easter eggs.
First, you’ll want to search out 5 creepy rubber geese. You then carry these to a Hellish location discovered beneath Dying Mild 2‘s tallest constructing. Utilizing wires, you create a pentagram-like image and open a portal to the Doom Easter egg, which is a recreation of the opening stage of the traditional and iconic shooter. That alone could be sufficient for a weblog put up from me. However no, there’s extra.
Finally, in direction of the top of the extent you’ll discover a wall the place, within the authentic Doom, there’s a hidden door. Nicely, Dying Mild 2‘s recreation additionally has a secret door. Go in and also you’ll finally discover a blueprint that can allow you to pressure choke enemies within the sport, similar to Darth Vader. The blueprint’s description even instantly references a line from Star Wars: Rogue One, when Vader chokes a man whereas telling one of many dumbest dad jokes within the galaxy.
Dying Mild 2 has another cool Easter eggs in it too, together with a totally working bicycle and hoverboard. PC Gamer additionally lined a secret that turns your hand right into a working gun.
It is sensible that Dying Mild 2 has all these secrets and techniques and foolish Easter eggs in it. The primary sport, additionally developed by Techland, was crammed with related stuff, too. See, zombie apocalypses could be enjoyable.