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There are many easter eggs that can be found or will randomly happen in the game based on the player's actions.

World[edit | edit source]

  • In Coffee Stain's Satisfactory level design stream, at one point a model of a "pipe" is shown to exist below a part of the map, in reference to a pervasive community meme.[1] It is unclear if this easter egg was included in the game's current or past release builds, however.
  • A single Walker can be encountered in the world. This is a reference to another game made by Coffee Stain, Sanctum 2.

Interface[edit | edit source]

  • Occasionally, when pressing the pod launch button at the HUB terminal, a large cartoon fist will appear and slam down on the button, with an accompanying "boom" sound.
  • Rapidly clicking on the power graph of any generator building or Power Pole will lock the engineer out of it for abuse of FICSIT property, suggesting multiple treatment options including "exposure to dangerous substances".
  • In the Map filter menu on the Beacons tab, hovering over Near then Far will display "wherever you are" in place of Medium in pink with hearts flowing out of the button.
The fist easter egg
  • Sometimes, when pressing the button to scan a Hard Drive while none is inserted in the M.A.M., it will "become sentient" for a short time before being restarted.
  • The name of a Portable Miner will ocassionally change to “Portobello Miner” on the miner interface once filled with ore.
  • The name of a Factory Cart will ocassionally change to "Puny Vroom".

Emotes and Animations[edit | edit source]

Naruto[edit | edit source]

  • Occasionally, when doing the clap emote, the engineer might do a sequence of Naruto hand gestures where red bugs shoot out of your hand.[2]
  • Sometimes the default sprinting animation gets replaced by a Naruto running animation.[3] This is only visible to other players in multiplayer.

ADA voicelines[edit | edit source]

These ADA voice lines might play when doing certain emotes:

  • Twirl: "Quickest draw in the galactic quadrant" [4]
  • Twirl: "Yeehaw" [5]
  • Twirl: "Howdy Partner"

Equipment[edit | edit source]

  • When picking up the Build Gun/Resource Scanner after the drop pod sequence, the engineer smoothes down a sticker of BoxBoy from Coffee Stain Studios' first game I <3 Strawberries.
  • The Build Gun has numerous lines of text printed on its casing.
  • Rarely when reloading the Rebar Gun, the Engineer will sometimes drop it (it will rapidly fly back afterwards).[6]

Buildings[edit | edit source]

  • Many of the buildings feature sequences of letters and numbers that spell out words related to their functions in "l33t speak".

In the HUB[edit | edit source]

  • The HUB contains several minor easter eggs once it is fully completed.
    • The terminal near where the M.A.M. used to be has computer screens with references to Windows BSOD and closed alpha testers.
    • There is a picture of a goat inside of the HUB’s computer room. This goat image is also used as splash art in one of Coffee Stain Studio’s other games, Goat Simulator.
    • The toilet cubicle has a mysterious promotional poster stuck on the wall that appears to depict a company called Korolev. Upon closer inspection, it represents a video game called "The Cycle.

Sound[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]