MachineGames' standalone shooter DLC Wolfenstein: The Old Blood is hot off the press but we've already spotted a few eye-catching Easter Eggs.

LOOK AWAY NOW IF YOU DON'T WANT THE EASTER EGGS SPOILED FOR YOU.

Our intrepid video editor Ian Higton spotted three Easter Eggs while playing Wolfenstein: The Old Blood, and made the video, below, showing how to find them.

First up is a miniature Quake 3 rocket launcher key chain, which comes as no surprise - this was also in the main game, Wolfenstein: The New Order.

There are two nods to Bethesda's Fallout: Nuka-Cola, the wasteland's most famous fizzy pop, can be bought from a vending machine, as well as something called Supersaft, whose logo looks a lot like Pip-Boy.

With rumours swirling that Bethesda may be ready to announce Fallout 4, could the company be using these Easter Eggs to tease expectant fans?

Perhaps. Perhaps not. Wolfenstein: The New Order had a Fallout-related Easter Egg (a Vault 101 reference), so this latest nod could simply be MachineGames continuing the fun.

And finally, Ian spotted Skyrim's famous horned helmet. Fus Ro Dah!

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