ByKen McDonnell, writer at Creators.co
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So, its finally happened. Tom Clancy's The Division has been released for PS4, XBOX One and PC worldwide, and fans everywhere are testing this new IP to see whether its quality really matches the hype.

But while you're running around the desolate streets of Manhattan and Brooklyn desperately trying to level up your character and uncover the best loot, you may not have noticed some of the cool easter eggs that Ubisoft have scattered throughout the streets. Let's take a look, shall we?

All Of The Easter Eggs In Tom Clancy's The Division

Tom Clancy's The Division
Tom Clancy's The Division

1. Adventure Time

First up, we have a reference to the hit TV show Adventure Time. The location of this particular easter egg can be found between 24th and 29th street. In between two buildings you'll come across a park that has one large painting stretched around its walls. The actual characters aren't on the wall, due to copyright reasons, but you should be able to make out references to Finn the Human, Ice Kingdom, Banana Man's rocket, Lady Rainicorn and Jake the Dog (seen below).

Oh, hey there!
Oh, hey there!

2. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

The next easter egg can be found on 31st Street, just next to 7th Avenue. It's located just outside of a coffee shop called "Kerman Coffee". Look to the right side of the building on the corner and you'll see a familiar sight. Yep, it's a pizza box with Michelangelo's nunchucks draped across it. There's also the word "Radical" on the box, which could be a reference to Michelangelo's girlfriend in the comic books.

Radical.
Radical.

3. Ubisoft Easter Eggs

Head up 29th street towards 9th Avenue and you'll find a little building on the right that contains two little references to Ubisoft's intellectual property. Open the main doors, head all the way upstairs, open another door on your left and you'll enter a room that'll have a stack of shelves. On these shelves you can see a pile of board games, one of them is called 'Grow Home' and the other 'Rayman Raving Rabbids'. Nice little touch and two awesome games.

The Game.
The Game.

4. Sons of Anarchy

In between 21st and 20th street lies a big old billboard. Get yourself in a good position and you'll be able to see the large reference it makes to the hit TV show, Sons of Anarchy. It's quite different from the original, but there's enough of the famous image retained here to catch the reference. Check out OniZombies' video for it below.

5. Shaun of the Dead

This easter egg lies in one of the alleys between 22nd and 23rd, which is south of the Base of Operations. If you're familiar with the fantastic film, Shaun of the Dead this reference should be a delight. If you active one of the memories you uncover here, you can see a character called Shaun attempt to jump a fence and fail miserably, just like Simon Pegg's character does in the movie. Nice one, Ubisoft.

Arrrgh!
Arrrgh!

6. Splinter Cell

Head into the Base of Operations, or your BOO for short, and behind the first desk you see on the right hand side you'll uncover a pair of night vision goggles that'll be familiar to any fan of the Splinter Cell franchise. You can see them in the image below. Pity we can't use them though...

Hey, Sam!
Hey, Sam!

7. World In Conflict

The location of this easter egg can actually be found in any High Low electronic store. One of these buildings can be located on 8th Avenue between 23rd and 22nd street. Head into the store and walk up to the counter and you'll come across an advertisement for a game that was released by Ubisoft in 2007. In fact, World In Conflict was actually developed by Ubisoft Massive, the team behind [Tom Clancy's The Division](tag:2684169).

Slick.
Slick.

8. Grow Home & For Honor

The last easter eggs we're aware of can be uncovered in a safe house called The Firewall on 43rd street. Once you enter this safe house, you'll be greeted with a ton of references to Ubisoft and its intellectual property. This basically looks like a developer's office, as you can see the Ubisoft logo in the back of the room, images of Grow Home on the walls, as well as a huge poster for Ubisoft's upcoming game, For Honor. Check out OniZombies' video of it below!

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