Battlefield 1 Players Have Already Discovered a Major Easter Egg

The community can always expect DICE to include a series of Easter Eggs just waiting to be discovered. Battlefield 1 launched just last week and players are already following clues to what probably is the first major Easter Egg of the game.

A number of headphones have been found in random spawn points across multiple multiplayer maps, including Amiens, Sinai Desert, and Monte Grappa. While everyone is figuring out how to use the headphones in order to trigger the hidden event, YouTube celebrity JackFrags believes that they need to be used in tandem with hidden MCOM stations scattered about the maps.

Looking back at Battlefield 4, it wasn’t until a month after that players were able to successfully pull off the first hidden secret. Beginning with a series of switches in Rogue Transmission that triggered under the right conditions to unleash a Tyrannosaurus Rex roar straight out of Jurassic Park. Players then moved on to discover the ancient Megalodon shark in Naval Strike and of course, the tedious Phantom Program that unlocked a new camouflage and the Phantom Bow.

Battlefield 1 likely features a number of Easter Eggs that we’ll soon be hearing from the community. It’s up for speculation as to how far DICE is willing to go. When talking about scale, Battlefield 4 featured the monstrous Megalodon shark. Could Battlefield 1 be hiding a similar extinct specie?

DICE’s new game launched last week to a stellar reception. In the United Kingdom, the first week of sales are greater than the launch sales of Battlefield 4 and Battlefield Hardline combined.

According to player statistics, the combined player-base of Battlefield 1 is far greater than Star Wars: Battlefront. A recent 24-hour peak registered at over 800,000 simultaneous players across PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. That’s just amazing!

Battlefield 1 is now available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

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