Mortal Kombat 11 fans have found a fun Easter nearly four years after the game’s launch.

This Easter Egg Hunt was started by Aaron Davis, Senior Designer at NetherRealm Studios, at a tweet published in 2020.

“For people who like the hidden stuff in the MK games, there’s something I put into MK11 that I haven’t found yet,” Davis wrote.

“The only hint I’ll give is that it was done (sic) during a match and it’s been there since day one, so it’s not DLC related.”

This Easter egg remained a secret until February 18 of this year YouTuber Mortal Kombat Waz contacted Davis to verify his discovery.

The Easter Egg is a winning animation for Erron Black, Mortal Kombat’s favorite mercenary anti-hero.

Usually, when Erron Black wins a round, he takes a coin out of his pocket, tosses it, catches it, and then puts it back in his pocket.

But if you linger during the win animation, Erron Black will throw the coin at his opponent instead of pocketing it back.

Coincidentally, the performance of this easter egg seems to evoke the previously unheard voice of Erron Black: “leave change.”

Granted, it’s not the most dramatic of Easter eggs, but as a Mortal Kombat fan I thought it was a great community decision that finally shuts the door on Davis’ tweet.

Mortal Kombat 11 fans are now wondering if the game is hiding even more unrevealed easter eggs (the series is known for its secrets and references, and Mortal Kombat 11 is full of them). After all, a previously undiscovered secret in Mortal Kombat X was discovered in 2020, five years after its release.