Time warp games like Returnal, Forgotten City or Twelve Minutes are a trend that will persist in 2021. With each new time warp, players can try different solutions and uncover more and more secrets. The first person action game Deathloop is no exception to this rule.

Also the world of deathloop (buy now 49,49 € /50,99 € ) is full of hidden secrets that can be gradually revealed. In four regions, each of which can be played in four time periods, it takes a lot of game play to uncover every secret. But after almost a month since the game was released, it can be assumed that the fans have probably uncovered everything.

One Tweet According to Julien Eveillé, a level designer at Arkane, this is not the case:

“I know full well that the internet has not found everything that is hidden in Deathloop,” he tweeted. “There’s still one secret thing I’d like someone to find out.”

According to Eveillé’s tweets, he mostly worked on the Updaam region, both the noon and afternoon versions. Normally, fans could now assume that the secret is hidden there. But it is not that easy. When asked by a Twitter user what the type of secret was, Eveillé replied:

“It’s a much larger consequence of a much larger event that can only happen if you let it happen. Besides, the cause and the result are not on the same map!”

So it is advisable not only to search Updaam at noon or in the afternoon, but to look for cause and effect. The Level Designer further explains in the Twitter feed that it’s not even that well hidden:

“It’s actually very obvious, but it relies on a number of not-so-obvious possibilities.”

What exactly he means by his tip can only be found out by the community. After all, there is now new evidence that can lead a few players on a good track.

What do you think of Deathloop? Have you already tried the time loop game? Let us know in the comments!

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