Does Loki Episode 5 Have an End-Credit Scene?

Here's what we know about it.

By Shivam Gulati

July 7, 2021

Disney’s Loki surprised everyone by including an end-credit scene in the fourth episode. Now that Episode 5 is out for everyone to watch, fans wonder if the latest episode also has a post-credit scene.

Disney’s latest show, Loki, is set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and it follows the God of Mischief’s journey after he gets captured by the TVA. Each episode of the series was nothing short of spectacular; that’s why fans can’t wait to watch Episode 6, the final episode of Season 1.

Of course, nobody wants such an amazing show to end; however, Loki’s conclusion will set up events for Marvel Phase 4. So, MCU fans will have a lot to look forward to after Loki.

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Does Loki Episode 5 have a End-credit scene?

As we’ve previously mentioned, the fourth episode of the show had a big end-credit scene. We saw a glimpse of the three more Loki Variants, and because of that scene, fans knew that Loki isn’t actually dead. So, fans were expecting a similar kind of end-credit scene in Episode 5 as well.

Unfortunately, similar to the first three episodes, the latest episode of Loki does not have an end-credit scene. However, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t stick to your screens for the end credit.

The show’s creators are wise enough to put easter eggs in the credits as they did with the second episode. So, if you are a true genius at spotting small hints in the end credits, you should watch the end credits.

In the credits, we see some old as well as new shots of the TVA headquarters. So, you should watch every frame of that scene with dedication if you want to spot something interesting.

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Shivam Gulati

Shiv is a video game enthusiast who loves exploring everything happening in the gaming community. He enjoys competitive games in particular, even though he loses most of the time. He is an entertainment and gaming reporter at DualShockers.

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