A Half-Life expert has discovered an Easter egg in Half-Life: Decay almost two decades later.
Half-Life: Decay has a very small Easter egg located towards the very end of the game, however it is only noticeable if players change their perspective and pay special attention to a computer that is destroyed.
This Easter egg was discovered recently by Youtube and Half-Life expert ‘MarphitimusBlackimus’, who took to Youtube with a video demonstrating how said Easter egg can be found.
In Half-Life: Decay which is an expansion to the original title which was developed by Gearbox Software intended for PlayStation 2, players will experience the end of the game from Gina’s perspective.
Gina is one of the scientists featured in the title that are playable in the co-op campaign, however it has since been discovered that it is actually possible to end the game from Colette’s perspective, who is the second scientist in the game.
Once a player has carried out the required modifications to switch perspective to Colette’s, they may notice a compute which appears to be broken located in the very corner of the room.
Upon closer inspection, flashed across the computer screen can be seen, although at first this may be thought of as random, in fact it is something much more.
If all of the sparks from the computer are activated in a map editor, they create the initials MA.
M.A are the initials of Matthew Armstrong who is a level designer at Gearbox Software, it has been known for him to hide his initials in other games in the past too.
It is a pretty impressive Easter egg that we are sure not many have found.
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