The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners bucks a couple of trends by widely being considered an excellent licensed product and also offering a complete game in VR, as opposed to a fleeting “experience.” What’s more, it’s clear that the developers at Skydance Interactive are passionate about TWD: Saints & Sinners‘ source material. The team recently revealed that there are a variety of secret nods to Robert Kirkman’s apocalyptic comic books and TV show, which we’ve compiled in this complete The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners Easter eggs list.
Full The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners Easter eggs list
Although Skydance revealed that a variety of Easter eggs are hidden away in Saints & Sinners, they opted not to tell players where precisely to find them. Seemingly done in an effort to preserve the thrill of the hunt, it was merely hinted that these secrets are “located strategically across the map in places you may not expect.”
TWD: Saints & Sinners Easter eggs
- Whisperer’s mask
- Commonwealth armor stand
- Jeffrey Grimes’ panda bag
- Ericson Boarding School brochure
- Sarah Bennet’s radio
- Black toy train
Those are the items you’re looking for, which are pictured and briefly detailed below should you want further hints to aid your in-game search.
The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners Whisperer’s mask
The Whisperers feature in both The Walking Dead comics and the popular AMC show. In order to blend in with undead walkers, this group of survivors skin and wear their rotting faces as makeshift masks.
The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners Commonwealth armor stand
The Commonwealth is an advanced settlement of 50,000+ survivors featured in the comics. It’s also been hinted that the Commonwealth might be making its way into the new TV season, which could explain the inclusion of a reference here.
The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners Jeffrey Grimes’ panda bag
Better known as Jeff, Jeffrey Grimes is TWD protagonist Rick Grimes’ younger brother. Jeff starred in a spin-off comic titled The Walking Dead: The Alien.
The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners Ericson Boarding School brochure
This Easter egg is actually a reference to Telltale Games’ The Walking Dead: The Final Season, which is largely set in and around Ericson Boarding School.
The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners Sarah Bennet’s radio
Perhaps the most obscure Easter egg is Sarah Bennet’s radio. It references the Supernatural Skeptics Guide to New Orleans podcast (listen for free here) that served as a novel marketing tool for The Walking Dead Saints & Sinners.
The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners Black toy train
This black toy train appeared in the final issue (#193) of The Walking Dead comic series.