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Interact with a vendor that has either a “Materials” or “Other” tab. If necessary, you can sell items that fit into these categories to enable the glitch, especially electric scrap and cigarettes. Make sure the vendor has at least four of each item. You want it to ask how many you want to buy, and you want there to be many available to buy.
Buy the entire stack and then switch to view it in your cart. At this point, press X and Square at the same time. If it worked, the vendor screen will disappear but the prompt for the number of items will remain up on the screen.
Next, you need to press the following sequences of buttons: Circle, Circle (your character will jump), Square, Square, X
When you talk to the vendor again, you should have the stack of items, which you can sell to the vendor for elexit.
Since this is a glitch, it may be removed in future updates.
In the Domed City, as Bertram stops you from going up the stairs, Jax asks if he isn’t allowed to go into the upper part of the city. This line is a reference to the game Gothic, made by the same developers.
Asking Ragnar about his armor is also a nod to Gothic 2.
There is a character named Jack who is interested in lighthouses. This is a running theme found in the developer’s games.
It is possible to find a plant that strongly resembles cannabis (marijuana) in various spots. You can even find several being grown together.
There is a bonfire with a sword that doubles as both a Dark Souls reference and a reference to a German video game show hosted by people who call themselves Rocket Beans. Rocket Beans contributed lines for the Rocket Beans quest, and a note next to the bonfire references Edmundenzlin, the character they used in their Dark Souls playthrough for the show.