Friday, December 3rd, 2021

The first Halo Infinite Craig Meme Easter Egg was discovered

Craig, an unfortunate brute whose fans turned into memes following his poor quality portrayal in last year’s Halo Infinite trailer, was first discovered as an Easter egg in the game.

The first time I witnessed a Craig Easter egg at Halo Infinite YouTuber Mint Blitz When he encounters a character’s shrine during Early Access playthrough by the content creator of the game’s single-player campaign.

Watch the video below to see Easter eggs and how to get them.

As Mint Blitz pointed out, the developers left some references to Brute at the top of the tower at the start of the game’s fourth mission. Craig’s first outing revealed a trailer that he took a shot on his body in last year’s gameplay, but 343 says that a gentle-faced beast requires a great change in profession. It seems that you recognized it.

If you move to the top of the building at the beginning of the game’s fourth campaign mission, you’ll find numerous references to NPCs suggesting that he traded to become a rock star during the fighting era. The Craig Shrine itself contains a blockbuster vinyl cover as well as a detailed tour poster when Craig is hosting the Zeta Hello Tour. The songs on the album include many classic Craig Chart Toppers, including “The Day You Gets a Meme,” “Popped in the Chin By My Friend,” and “My Mom Used to Love Me.”

The original Craig meme, all of its glory. (Image credit: Xbox)

Last month, the developers of Halo Infinite explained that they had a “love-hate relationship” with Craig and eventually moved to a memetic format. The meme itself was only caused by the ridicule that 343 faced the content unveiled from the game, but the character actually gave the developers more time to refine and polish the game to a higher standard. ..

“It was fun to see the community drawn to Craig, but unfortunately he represented some content and systems in the demo that weren’t ready for Golden Time,” said the character and combat director. Steve Dyke Posted by Halo Insider During October.

Xbox 20th Anniversary Halo Infinite Multiplayer Image

“The good result of Craig was that he was one of the factors that gave him a little more time to finish his work and take Brute to a place where the team was happy with them. It’s one of the many positive examples of 343 working and collaborating with the Halo community in line with expectations. “

For more information on Halo Infinite, check out this article detailing how the game’s campaign co-operation mode and forge mode have been pushed back recently.

Jared Moore is a freelance writer for IGN.You can follow him twitter..