ByAshley Washington, writer at Creators.co
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Ashley Washington

You can find a lot of strange things in the massive world of Ghost Recon Wildlands. I've seen more bootleg burials in the mountains in thirty minutes of playing the game than I think I will ever need to see. Ever. But the peculiar happenings never seem to escape the realm of the game's reality—that is, until you cross into La Cruz.

Check Out The Myterious Blue Button Easter Egg In 'Ghost Recon Wildlands'

'Ghost Recon: Wildlands' [Credit: Ubisoft]
'Ghost Recon: Wildlands' [Credit: Ubisoft]

Deep in the forests of La Cruz there is a button on a wooden post with a sign next it warning you not to push it. Of course, most of us are bound to do the opposite but there might be a few of us out there that are just a bit too scared to take the risk.

Fortunately, YouTuber BUGZ-MAN-FR took one for the team when he pressed the tactile feedback module in question. The sign said "no", but BUGZ-MAN-FR said "go" and the results were... surprisingly hilarious.

Here's his video documenting the incident:

This heavy dose of weirdness is a stark contrast to the game's otherwise relentlessly gritty atmosphere and it doesn't appear like it's got any special meaning outside of being a cute little surprise. This just goes to show that even your non-cartel related activities will be rewarded in 's colorful version of Bolivia.

How To Find The Button For Yourself

'Ghost Recon: Wildlands' [Credit: Ubisoft]
'Ghost Recon: Wildlands' [Credit: Ubisoft]

If you're the kind of person who needs to see this with their own eyes, It's located in the fire-damaged region of La Cruz on the southwest side of the map.

So, I think that settles it. If you are meant to hit any big blue button in your lifetime, make sure that it's this one. I think this is the one, guys.

Take a look at the trailer for Ghost Recon Wildlands below:

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