Does Loki Episode 6 Have an End-Credit Scene? Final Episode Ending Explained
Season 1 is finally over.
After a long wait, Disney finally released the sixth and final episode of the latest MCU show, Loki. However, before getting started with the series finale, fans want to know if they should expect an end-credit scene in the episode; well, here’s what we know about it.
Disney’s Loki is the only thing everyone in the Marvel community is talking about. The show is set in the massive Marvel Cinematic Universe and features Tom Hiddleston playing the God of Mischief. Similar to WandaVision and The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, fans love every bit of the third Original MCU show.
Of course, it’s sad that the show has come to an end with the release of Episode 6. However, the creators have smartly set a path for Marvel Phase 4 with Loki, and fans are now excited to see how things will move forward for the God of Mischief in the MCU.
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Is There a End-Credit Scene in Loki Episode 6? [SPOILERS]
Marvel fans would be disappointed to know that Episode 6 of Loki does not have an end-credit scene. However, there’s something else after the credits you should be excited about.
Apparently, the creators officially confirmed that Loki would come back in Season 2. So, you should very well stick to your screens when the credits start rolling if you don’t want to miss the announcement.
In the credits, we see normal shots from the Time Variance Authority Headquarters. After that, you can spot a text saying, “Loki will return in Season 2,” but other than that, there’s nothing crucial in the credits you should be excited about. However, if you are a true fan of the MCU, you can still spot some easter eggs in the end credits.
Episode 6 Ending Explained
In the series finale, Loki and Sylvie finally meet the “He Who Remains,” the person who created the TVA and controls everything. He informs the duo about the multiverse war and how he knows everything that’s going to happen.
He also pulls out a piece of paper that includes the previous and future dialogues, proving that “He knows it all” and “He sees it all.” After that, “He Who Remains” tells the Lokis that a version of himself discovered the multiverse in the 31st century. At the same time, different versions of himself made the same discovery. And to progress together, these variants made contact with each other. However, some variants saw other universes as a land to be conquered, causing the deadly Multiverse War.
Fortunately, the first variant to discover the multiverse was able to harness Alioth’s power to end the War. Then, he supervised the timeline and prevented other time branches from occurring. Right after that, the “He Who Remains” tells that he fibbed before, and from this moment onwards, he doesn’t exactly know what’s going to happen. Also, he states that if Sylvie or Loki kills him, more evil versions of himself will take over, and something far worse will fill the void.
Being a master in lying, Loki believes what this person is saying and tries to stop Sylvie from killing him. But unfortunately, Sylvie uses the TemPad to send Loki to the TVA HQ and ends up stabbing “He Who Remains.”
At the TVA, Mobius and Hunter B-15 are shocked to see the timeline breaking into different branches. Loki eventually finds Mobius and tells him that they found the person responsible for all of this. He also states that someone “worse” will arrive soon, and they should be prepared. However, Mobius and Hunter B-15 fail to recognize Loki and presumes that he’s an analyst. Then Loki sees a big statue of “He Who Remains” at the TVA, instead of the Time Keepers. So, it isn’t the TVA, or Mobius Loki knows. Meaning some worse version of “He Who Remains” might have already taken over and created a timeline where Loki didn’t even meet Mobius.