Update: Added another Op. 925 Easter Egg sent in by Rubén Santana.
Battlefield 3: Close Quarters is now available to all Battlefield 3 Premium members and, as it was the case with the previously released Back to Karkand expansion pack, Close Quarters is riddled with a few interesting Easter Eggs.
Our friend in the Polish Battlefield 3 Community, Colonel Ramirez, has put together this video index of some of the Easter Eggs you may or may not have yet spotted in Close Quarters:
Ziba Tower – Care for some “Frostbite 2” or “1942” wine?
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Operation 925 – Random DICE Logos and Paska… whatever that means.
You might, however, be interested to know that “Paska” in Finnish translates to “sh*t”. Go figure!
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Operation 925 – Over 9000.
This is just too good.
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Donya Fortress – Jets, Planes and the Mass Effect 3 Normandy SR-2 space ship.
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Donya Fortress – Level Designer Portrait.
At first, we weren’t sure who the guy in this portrait was, but according to Battlefield 3 lead designer Alan Kertz, “It’s a self portrait of one of our level artists, if he was Persian.”
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Colonel Ramirez reached out to DICE lead designer Gustav Halling on Twitter, who responded, “I don’t know them all but I know you missed one on Donya fortress.” We also have yet to find any on the map Scrap Metal, so there could potentially be some hidden goodies there as well.
We’re going to leave it to you guys to figure out any more! Let us know your finds comments below!