Far Cry New Dawn, the latest game in Ubisoft’s bestselling FPS series, is now out, and players are discovering that the game is packed full of references and Easter eggs across the board. These Far Cry New Dawn Easter eggs include nods to other games in the Far Cry series, other classic Ubisoft titles such as Assassin’s Creed, Splinter Cell and those annoying Rabbids, Bigfoot, and the biggest movie of 2018: Avengers Infinity War.
Far Cry New Dawn players are discovering that the wasteland of Hope County, Montana is littered with Easter Eggs to other Ubisoft games. Popular YouTube channel “The Easter Egg Hunter”put together a video showcasing some of the secrets players have already found in New Dawn. Some of the secrets are small references to previous Far Cry games. For example, in an underground bunker you can find a small bobble head of Far Cry 3 villain Vaas.
The door can be found up the stairs that lead you to the nose of the plane. There, you'll find Sam Fisher's suit just waiting for you. While it offers no tangible benefits besides looking cool, the suit's description name drops Sam Fisher quite heavily and leaves no doubt as to whether or not this suit is the real deal. Buy Cheap FCND Credits from Mmocs.com gain a 3% discount by using the code “MMOCSVIP”.
On the lower levels, there will be a table with a laptop on it sitting in front of an enormous screen. Interacting with this laptop will enable players to get the suit. Far Cry New Dawn players will want to proceed to the front of the room and head for the upper floor once this is done. Be sure to not go out on top of the plane, though, as that will be too far. In the upper floor room, players will see the now-revealed Sam Fisher outfit and just need to interact with it to collect it. It’s worth mentioning that Far Cry New Dawn players will need to complete the Expedition to keep, so this will need to be repeated if the player dies before finishing the mission.
When you arrive at the Government Plane Wreck, look for the crashed plane and make your way inside. Gamers who played Spinter Cell: Blacklist may recognise the plane before you enter, but they certainly should inside. This plane is in fact the Paladin; Fourth Echelon’s plane in Blacklist which served as Sam Fisher’s base of operations. In the central command deck, interact with a laptop on the central table. This will activate the screens on the wall, showing you the Paladin’s global display and interestingly, pinpointing the locations of all of the nuclear missile strikes from the ending of Far Cry 5.
The last time we saw Sam Fisher in his own game was 2013's Splinter Cell: Blacklist, but this isn't the first time we've seen references to the series in a recent Ubisoft game. He made a cameo in Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands, which stirred up talks of a new game, which Ubisoft previously hinted at in 2017. Does this mean we should expect more from the series in the near future? Are the Splinter Cell, Ghost Recon, and Far Cry universes all connected?