Rage 2 Elton Tusk Secret Bunker Elon Musk Easter egg mission

Rage 2 takes a jab at Elon Musk with Elton Tusk's Secret Bunker mission.

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If you’re alive, then you probably know who Elon Musk is. As the billionaire CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, Musk has become quite a well-known figure on social media. This has led to many taking jabs at him for his…sometimes different opinions on things. Rage 2 is the latest to take a jab at the technology company CEO, going so far as to name a character in a similar fashion. Here’s what you need to do to find the Elton Tusk Secret Bunker mission, which contain the game’s Elon Musk Easter egg.

How to find the Elon Musk Easter egg mission in Rage 2

To find the Elon Musk Easter egg mission, you’re going to need to make your way east of the Chazcar Derby area in the Torn Plains. Here you can find the entrance to the Secret Bunker. The bunker itself is hidden behind tow large metal doors that open as you draw close to them.

Rage 2 Elton Tusk Secret Bunker Elon Musk Easter egg mission
Head to the marker above to find the secret bunker.

Head inside the bunker by making your way to the location on the map above. Once you enter, there are several data pads, a storage chest, and a couple of Ark Chests for you to find inside. Make your way through the area and be sure to collect the data pads, as they tell the story of Elton Tusk, a pioneering rich man obsessed with Nanotrites, technology, and space travel. All around the bunker are also an assortment of various posters, all of which are reminiscent of SpaceX and other Musk properties.

We won’t spoil the exact nature of the mission itself, but if you continue through it, you’ll eventually come face to face with Elton Tusk in his natural habitat. It’s a quirky little mission without much substance, but it’s a cool little Easter egg nonetheless. You can return to our Rage 2 guides hub for even more helpful content.

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