Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time has a Secret True Ending

Rizwan Anwer
Rizwan Anwer
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Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time is a recently released game that tackles the 2017 episodes and handles that revival from a different perspective. Unlike most other TV-show/video game tie-in’s, this game was a quality game. However, Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time Secret True Ending is one you will want to unlock, or least watch if you’re a fan of the series.

Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time Secret True Ending – a happy ending

Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time is a battle between Aku and Jack as Jack is made to fight through all the battles that he has been through.

It is a quality game that critics and fans alike have given high praises to.

However, it seems that the games files have a secret ending that will bring a tear to the eyes of fans who felt empty after the way the 2017 reboot finished.

Only watch the below video if you have seen the 2017 finale, otherwise it’s worth seeing it for yourself.

In the first ending, Ashi, who was a creation of Aku, ceases to exist as Jack successfully defeats Aku. As such, Ashi exists as a paradox and is lost to time to Jack. He spends the rest of his days mourning and missing her, with the iconic shot of Jack under the cherry blossom tree giving fans a melancholic farewell.

However, the new ending seems to find a way to make the relationship work. It shows us the beautiful marriage between Ashi and Jack and them both waking up under the aforementioned Cherry Blossom tree.

The developers give us a slight tease at the end with the ladybug on Jack’s shoulder making him question if he is real, but as Ashi wakes up and rests her head on his shoulders, we know that they have both gotten their happily ever after.

Fans are still not sure on how to unlock the ending, some have said that beating the game on Masters of Masters difficulty should do the trick, but hidden cutscenes are a major art of gaming.

Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain had a secret ending that can only be achieved when the total number of nukes reaches 0 in the online game. This was achieved earlier this year by PS3 players.

What are your thoughts on the ending? Let us know in the comments section below.

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