A former Bethesda programmer has revealed a secret hidden in the Fallout 4 game. Oh no, more correctly, is a series of unique secrets, inspired based on classic titles of many names big in the game village.
Joel Burgess, who is currently playing for Ubisoft, was formerly a veteran of Bethesda when developing Fallout 4. This week, Joel shared a 'Easter Egg', a secret hidden in Fallout 4. very elaborate, including many small secrets linked, inspired by the game System Shock, Gone Home by Steve Gaynor and Snatcher of Hideo Kojima.
On my Twitter, Joel said he is the author of this unique Easter Egg series and he wonders if the player will recognize his meaning. After that, Joel himself pointed out the hidden secrets that made many gamers curious.
"The first secret is the easiest." Joel twitt “I set up a door with a 4-digit code. The code is hidden in a nearby room, but veteran players will definitely know the answer immediately when looking at this familiar door. The password 0451 appears in System Shock as well as many other games like Thief, Deus Ex, Dishonored … ”
“Part 2 is my gift for a colleague, dev. @fullbright. He often expressed his love for Gone Home games, so I hid a secret here. If you call this secret Steve, anyone can guess what game right away, so I called this gun "The Gainer". Too subtle, isn't it? "
“Part 3 is the hardest part. I arranged the surrounding area to recall Hideo Kojima's classic SNATCHER game. I put a similar scene in Fallout 3 (with a few clues that make it clearer) ”
These secrets are quite interesting, but the more interesting thing Joel Burgess continues to share thoughts about placing secrets in the game as a senior developer and how to use them legally, no copyrighted. Quite a few gamers are interested in Joel's Easter Egg series and express their expectations on his future products.