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Anthem Konami Code Easter Egg Alters Music

Anthem Konami Code Easter Egg Alters Music

Anthem had a lot of issues during its demo weekend. However, an easter egg has already been found. If you enter the Konami Code during the main menu, you can change the music to a classic 8-Bit audio track.

A YouTube user by the name of Cheese Forever discovered this easter egg during last week’s demo. When on the main menu, enter the following code, the Directions are entered on the D-Pad: Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right, Circle, Cross. This is the classic Konami code, and doing it will change the music.

You can hear the music in the video below:

Anthem’s Public Demo is available to play right now. Anthem releases for PlayStation 4 on February 22, 2019.

Anthem Improvements Are Coming

Due to last week’s problems, Bioware has detailed the improvements they will be making to the Anthem Demo this week, as well as the full game’s launch. They also took the time to explain the issues and detail what exactly went wrong. You can hear what some of the PSU Staff thought about last week’s demo in our impressions, which were mixed.

If you are playing the Anthem Demo this weekend, you can solve the Manifold puzzle with our guide. This puzzle appears in the main questline that you get to complete in the demo.

Is this easter egg cool? Or do you think it is not that interesting?

  • YashaiBlades

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