Oh the joys of discovering Easter Eggs in video games... When I'm playing a good game, I'm always simultaneously searching for the hidden gems. Once you've found a good one, it's like being in on and inside joke with the developers and there's no greater satisfaction!
Okay many that's a bit of an exaggeration. The greatest satisfaction is actually beating the game. But oh the satisfaction of finding those easter eggs!
Prima Games is here with a list of the Top 5 Easter Eggs Found in Battlefield 3 and Battlefield 4:
5. Pterodactyl on Nebandan Flats
If you've ever flown a jet on the Battlefield 3 End Game map, Nebandan Flats, you might have seen what looked like a large bird, but is actually a pterodactyl. While it constantly roams the skies, you can't shoot, run it over or interact with it in anyway. Still, seeing this bad boy flying around is one of the coolest Easter eggs of Battlefield 3.
4. Jurassic Park T-Rex on Rogue Transmission
What started off as a hunt for Megalodon ended with the discovery of T-Rex in the trees just off the main part of the Rogue Transmission map. This Easter egg is activated by pushing two buttons within a specific time frame, and shortly thereafter, the roar from the giant beast can be heard along with the rustling of trees. Check out the video below to see how you can trigger it.
3. The M-Com Song
Few people are aware of this Easter egg, but the scrolling text on an armed M-COM in the Battlefield 3 game mode of Rush actually shows song lyrics. If you have any hope of seeing them, you'll need to capture gameplay, zooming in and slowing it down in order to read it. The other option is to just watch the video below.
For the two best easter eggs from Battlefield 4, click here!