By FileTrekker 3 months ago, last updated 3 months ago
CD Projekt Red's narrative lead Marcin Blacha had an interesting comment this week when it comes to Easter Eggs in both Cyberpunk 2077 and The Witcher 3, hinting that a number of the best ones remain undiscovered.
Blacha made the comment on the inaugural episode of the AnsweRED Podcast, where he and some of his fellow developers talked about the studio's approach to Easter Eggs in general. When asked about how the Easter Eggs come about during development, Blacha explained that "if we're talking about Easter eggs and all those tiny, funny things in the game, the thing is that you cannot really plan it. It's not like we have a list of Easter eggs and we make them."
"To be honest, my favorite of those tiny little funny things, those Easter eggs, are still a secret," he said. "As far as I know, they are not discovered yet. They're really, really tough to discover, so I won't talk about them."
Communities for both games have been feverishly hunting down potential new hidden secrets within the games, although with more hints, it's hard to know if, and where these gems might be hiding. The developers went on to add that the team can find Easter Eggs problematic as a player, and that there is a time and place for when they should be included within a game.
According to Blacha, Easter Eggs are "a way for the developers to directly connect with the player, and not through the game, through the story in our case, but by something more personal. Let's say I like Doctor Who and I make a Doctor Who Easter egg in the game. It is something from my heart to the players. Some of them won't like it, that's obvious, but some of them will, and that's like a personal connection."
You can watch the discussion at 41 minutes into the video above. If any of the Easter Eggs are found by the community in the coming days and weeks, we'll be sure to update this article with all the details.
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