Square Enix accidentally leaves a watermark on a Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII painting
One of Getty's finest works
Remember back in the day when Capcom put out Okami on the Wii, and the cover art accidentally included an IGN watermark? That caught the company a bunch of lighthearted jabbing on the internet, and became a part of gaming history. Unfortunately for Square Enix, they’re about to join the same legacy.
Fans of Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII have spotted a painting in the game that has a little something never intended by the original artist. As you can see in the image above, the painting in question still has a Getty Images watermark on it. For those interested, the original art is a piece by artist John Crowther.
There’s no doubt Square Enix will update Fans of Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII to either remove the watermark or swap in a new picture. That said, the internet never forgets, and you can rest assured this slip-up will live on for years to come.