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Call of Duty: Ghosts Easter Eggs

Here are a few easter eggs that were found in Call of Duty: Ghosts

Today, I'll be showing you how to find a few easter eggs in Call of Duty: Ghosts. Found one I don't have? Comment and tell me about it! This article will be getting ongoing updates as more easter eggs are found. Enjoy!

1. LOL Easter Egg 

Note: This easter egg has nothing to do with LoL (League of Legends).

This easter egg was surprisingly found on the Extinction gamemode. When I first heard about the easter egg, I thought it was fake until I tried it out for myself. The game actually hints to the easter egg, by depicting the acronym "LOL" on the Gil's Lodge Motel sign. If you want to find out how to do it yourself or see Rooster Teeth do it, you can watch the video below.

2. Zelda Easter Egg

Thanks to the Reddit user plotcoupon, a new easter egg was found a few days ago, paying homage to the Zelda series. A trophy on a shelf is shaped exactly like a rupee from the game, on on the trophy it says: Most bushes cut and pots smashed". It was found in the Wii U edition of the game, and it isn't yet known if it's available for the other versions of the game.

There also seems to be a trophy shaped like the TARDIS on that shelf too... Strange..

3. MC Hammer Easter Egg


On the map Freight, there is a small easter egg that referrs to MC Hammer's hit single 'Can't Touch This.'. The easter egg below was originally spotted by the YouTuber 'TheBrettBurnz', and has been showcased by several other users since then. It depicts a stop sign leaning on a cargo freight, and neighboring it is a hammer and a clock. The video below explains what it is, and how to find it.

Note: This easter egg can only be viewed while in Spectator mode.


More easter eggs will be added as more are found. Enjoy!

 

Published Nov. 15th 2013
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