Halo Infinite Deleted Mid-Credit Scene Datamined And Starts A Mystery

Rizwan Anwer
Rizwan Anwer
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A Halo Infinite Deleted Mid-Credit Scene has been datamined and it seems that fans are now speculating on why the content was cut, or perhaps they are reading too deep into it? The leaked cutscene also has a secret message in morse code which further makes things complicated.

Halo Infinite Deleted Mid-Credit Scene leaked – What could it mean?

Halo Infinite Deleted Mid-Credit Scene is one that really should have been in the game, with the neat inclusion of the morse code in there too, the cut scene truly would have been a good surprise for gamers.

If you haven’t beat Halo Infinite campaign yet, we highly recommend against watching the video. However, if you’re curious what the morse code means, a couple of YouTubers have suggested that it could mean UNSG Tag Detected.

For now, all we can do is speculate and wonder if the next entry in the Halo series will be tied to this ending? Perhaps we were also just too early to the party and this ending would have been included for players in the co-op campaign that is planned to be added in 2022 along with Forge mode.

Halo Infinite launched earlier this month for the Xbox One, Xbox Series, and PC. The game was celebrated and called to be one of the best entries to the series in a very long time. This is also reflective of the multiplayer that launched as a surprise on November 15th, 2021.

While we know a Halo sequel is inevitable and have no knowledge on when this cutscene does add a bit of intrigue as to why 343 may have decided to exclude it from the final release.

Currently, there is no real way to unlock the cutscene in the game, as fans have beaten the game in every possible fashion currently, so perhaps the cutscene will be included in a future update?

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