Posted on October 03 2018 by Rod Lloyd
Since its release in early 2017, Breath of the Wild has been met with widespread critical acclaim. The game has received countless awards and recognitions over the past two years, and it retains a strong reputation among many big names in the gaming industry. With so much good will thrown its way, it’s no surprise that some developers have paid homage to the latest Zelda title in their own games. In fact, a Breath of the Wild Easter egg has been discovered in the recently released Assassin’s Creed Odyssey.
Players can spot a silly reference to Breath of the Wild‘s Korok puzzles in Ubisoft’s latest action-adventure game. If one travels to a small island off the coast of Pandora’s Cove in the nation of Malis, he or she will find a conspicuous circle of stones. Now, in Breath of the Wild, such formations usually invite the player find a rock or two to complete the circle. But it seems a hero has already completed this environmental puzzle because…
…within the circle stands a small idol made of rocks, sticks, and a leaf, very much in the likeness of the ever lovable Korok. While one won’t receive any Korok Seeds for finding it, this Easter egg is definitely a cool addition to Odyssey and a worthy love note to Breath of the Wild. The fine folks at IGN have uploaded a video showing off how to find the secret, so check that out up above.
Have you found the hidden Korok in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey? Let us know in the comments below!
Source: Assassin’s Creed Odyssey (via IGN)