Game news Half-Life: a brand new Easter egg discovered in the Decay expansion!
More than twenty years after its release, Half-Life has not yet revealed all of its secrets. This monument of video games is constantly peeled and ground in all directions by the players in the hope of locating an as yet unknown element.
This is exactly what the YouTuber has just succeeded in doing MarphitimusBlackimus, big fan and true enthusiast of the Half-Life universe. Shortly Video, this describes the process of observing the Easter Egg, which is hidden in the Decay extension.
Posted almost twenty years ago on PS2, the cooperative decay extension developed by Transmission software, allows us to play as Gina, one of the scientists in this scripted campaign. Through his eyes you also perceive the final events of this expansion.
However, MarphitimusBlackimus recognized thisit was possible
That way, you can spot a badly broken computer in the corner of the room you are in. The latter only appears for a few moments, but stays on the screen long enough that we have time to highlight a series of sparks on its surface.
If the latter may seem harmless, it is just the opposite. MarphitimusBlackminus discovered that with a script called “Monkey” it was possible to link the sparks together to make a symbol appear that formed an “M” and an inverted “A” as you can see here picture.
After deciphering this symbol The YouTuber eventually pointed out that these were Matthew Armstrong’s initials, a level designer at Gearbox Software who loved to hide his initials in the objects he made.
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