Giant alien egg appears in Potters Fields Park

18:13 11 February 2013

A six metre high egg in Potters Field Park to celebrate the release of SEGA’s Aliens: Colonial Marines. Picture: Angus Muir

A six metre high egg in Potters Field Park to celebrate the release of SEGA’s Aliens: Colonial Marines. Picture: Angus Muir

© Angus Muir 2013

A gigantic alien egg appeared on the grass at Potters Fields Park today.

A six metre high egg in Potters Field Park to celebrate the release of SEGA’s Aliens: Colonial Marines. Picture: Angus MuirA six metre high egg in Potters Field Park to celebrate the release of SEGA’s Aliens: Colonial Marines. Picture: Angus Muir

The six metre high egg was placed in the London park to celebrate the launch of SEGA’s Aliens: Colonial Marines on PlayStation3, Xbox360 and PC tomorrow.

The structure could be seen looming near the Mayor’s office and Tower Bridge, completely open to the public and guarded by Colonial Marines who were on the look out for the stray Xenomorph that broke free in the area.

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