The Division has an Uncharted Easter Egg


Ubisoft Massive’s The Division is full of Easter Eggs and fans are still finding new ones daily. My favourite Easter Egg so far is definitely the Mr. Bean one but I’m sure something better than that will show up soon.

Today an Easter Egg of the Uncharted games popped up starring ‘Nate Dragon’. Check it out below.

the division uncharted

Guess Nathan Drake went all edgy and changed his surname to Dragon after he ended up with no loot after all his adventures.

The Division is now available on PC, Playstation 4 and Xbox One. I’m really having fun with the game so far and currently working on getting some High-end weapons. What about you? Enjoying The Division? Let us know in the comments below.


    referencing & stealing (copy n Paste) are different categories 🙂

  • Orion Pax

    they should be sued, so ubisoft is running out of ideas now? so ubisoft doesn’t have money any more so they’re just copying stuff? /jk that’s what ppl were saying whit U4 so i guess the same applies for this

    • Bull Proodhead

      It’s not really the same thing though. It was literally an concept art asset that was used without permission(accidental).

      This is just referencing though(easter egg). That whole UC4 story was pretty overblown though. It’s a freaking picture not like they stole a character design or something.


        bingo 100% 🙂

    • SpeakTruthAlways

      Copy pasting a picture from someone elses game, into your own game trailer is different than referencing a character in a game.

      Typical Sony fanboys

      • netname

        Sony fanboy ???

        You defend a game made with shit .. And other people are fanboy ??

        • SpeakTruthAlways

          I’m not defending the game, I just told him the differences.

          Now go away you moron.

      • extermin8or2

        It wasn’t exactly copy and pasting it from their game… It wqs simply that the artist that did it is now working at naughty dog, and they used a random piece of his work to fill the space without checking assuming it wasn’t important.