Friday Night Funkin just got a Week 6 (2.7.1) update which contains Easter Eggs. Easter Eggs are a secret response to certain actions that are often implemented in a game to make it more engaging. Similarly, FNF got a new Easter Egg with this new update. So, in this article, we will be discussing this new Easter Egg and how to get it. Here’s everything you need to know.
Friday Night Funkin is a rhythm game developed by ninja_muffin99. In the game, the player has to defeat the opponent in the battle of music to progress and make it to the top. FNF gets updates consistently every two weeks and currently, Week 6 update is live in the game. Week 6 update brought 3 new tracks and a new character into the game.
FNF- New Easter Egg
However, this Week 6 update got a minor 2.7.1 patch update which includes a new Easter Egg in the game. This Easter Egg is considered extra rare which is a reference to Gitaroo Man. This Easter Egg is programmed to occur in 1 of 1000 chance of dying. That’s a pretty rare occurrence. So, let us change it so we can access it whenever we die.
Note- This is only possible in the Browser version of the game(Chrome).
So, follow the given steps to access this Easter Egg-
First, start the game and play a level and inspect the page’s element in the countdown.
Now, in Chrome Devtools, find the Funkin.js file in the Sources tab.
Press CTRL+F and a box will appear at the top. Enter ‘a=.1’ there. This will take you to the line of code where a=.1 is set.
Set a breakpoint on this line. Now, die in the game. Your game will be stopped due to this breakpoint. So, now you need to set a=100 for making it a 100/100 chance of getting this Easter Egg in your game. This can be done by either typing ‘a = 100;’ in the console or changing it in the scope tab under local.
After doing this, remove the breakpoint and execute it.
The Easter Egg screen will appear and will look something like this-
You can this video to further understand the process-
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