There’s a ‘Breaking Bad’ Easter Egg in ‘The Division’

A couple of days ago the popular French developer Ubisoft it launched its most recent exclusive gem of the current generation of platforms, Tom Clancy’s The Division, a hybrid between a shooter and an RPG which came breaking several impressive records against the company’s most recognized titles.

The user of the popular Reddit network, Mechspectre, found an outstanding Easter Egg from the popular television series Breaking Bad while playing The Division; a secret that you might want to see, in case you are thinking watch the series soon. Of course the names have been changed to make it a little more difficult to find and protect the realism of the game, but the surnames of the protagonists are clearly visible.

You can check it in the image below:


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