“Fallout 4” has a lot to offer and is full of surprises. The open world action role-playing video game developed by Bethesda Game Studios and published by Bethesda Softworks makes things very interesting for players. Set in a post-apocolyptic nuclear-war world the game has hidden secrets waiting to be discovered.
The “Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim,” also developed by the Bethesda Studios revolves around a similar perspective. As we explore the games, some of the similarities begin to crop up.
So, is it possible for Fallout 4 and Skyrim to share the same Universe? According to Kotaku, “There’s a pretty great easter egg hidden in Fallout 4, and it has some juicy implications about two of Bethesda’s biggest series.”
The Comic Book outlines, “What makes this particular Easter egg and theory fun is that it positions post-apocalyptic Fallout as a predecessor to the lush fantasy world of The Elder Scrolls.”
There are uncanny similarities between the two world. Sources indicate that there is a variety of different animals, vegetables and plants over at the research station, where senior scribe Neriah is located. When we take a closer look at the images, the details reveal something wonderful. The experimental plants looks like they can heal you.
The surprising thing about this plant is that it shares a similarity with “Ninroot” which is found in the Elder Scrolls.
Well, some might even choose to believe that it is just a coincidence, however what makes things pretty hard to ignore is the fact that “A computer happens to log the discovery of the experimental plant, and how it came to be used by the Brotherhood,” sources quote.
Sources also suggest, “Not only are the entries labeled under ‘NRT’ (which could be read as a shorthand for ‘Nirnroot’), the plant is described in a very similar way to Nirnroot in Skyrim.”