Two years after developer IO Interactive stealth added a Potato Jesus Easter egg to Hitman, a player has finally found it.
"Just noticed this in Sapienza," wrote u/tanstaafl in a post on r/Hitman.
Included in the post is an image of a picture on a wall that's quite clearly a take on Potato Jesus.
Potato Jesus, for those of you who don't know, is the name given to a botched restoration of a century-old Spanish painting of Jesus.
The failed restoration hit the headlines back in 2012, and it quickly became a meme. There's more in the video below.
Potato Jesus was added to Hitman back in April 2016 as part of the Sapienza level, which is set in a small coastal town in Italy.
Morten Elgaard, a user interface designer at IO, acknowledged the find on Twitter:
Its been a little over 2 years since the Hitman Sapienza level was released. Its however just now that people have discovered this little easter egg. https://t.co/ZhEdzb6iB9#Hitman pic.twitter.com/LAMS7Z0Tz5— Morten Elgaard (@Morten_Elgaard) October 20, 2018
Meanwhile, Potato Jesus is now a tourist attraction in Zaragoza.