After six weeks of keeping audiences in the dark about events to come, the sixth and final episode of Loki Season 2 has arrived on the streaming platform Disney+ with a glorious purpose. With the God of Mischief finally learning to control his time-slipping in the previous episode, many have wondered how he’ll prevent the Temporal Loom from collapsing and prevent Victor Timely from an unwelcomed demise.
In addition, fans are hoping to get a glance at what’s next for Loki, the TVA, and Victor Timely through a post-credit scene, which could have implications in the future in the Multiverse Saga. If you’re learning to determine if post-credit scenes are added to Loki Season 2 Episode 6, you may want to read this guide before time runs out.
Loki Season 2: Is There A Post-Credit Scene In Episode 6?
The Season 2 finale of Loki, entitled “Glorious Purpose,” has arrived on Disney+ mere days following the end of the ongoing SAG-AFTRA, and it delivered a befitting conclusion worthy of the episode name. As audiences tuned in globally to watch Loki finally getting his time slipping under control, he, too, at long last, learned the meaning of his true, glorious purpose.
Naturally, those who have not caught the final episode avoid social media for any spoilers and will want to learn whether episode six has a post-credit scene. In keeping up with the MCU tradition of including post-credit scenes in every Marvel project, with the exclusion of the Special Presentation, Werewolf By Night, Loki Season 2 Episode 6 does not have one.
As we will be delving into significant plot lines and themes revealed in Loki Season 2 Episode 6, we are issuing a SPOILER ALERT for those who have yet to watch the episode. Therefore, fans have been warned.
Marvel Studios may have some continuity issues with the context of multiple post-credit scenes over the years; however, Loki Season 2 Episode 6 has seemingly avoided this error. Not including one at the end of the episode makes it one of three MCU projects (films, series, and Special Presentations), joining the aforementioned Endgame and Secret Invasion.
Instead, it perfectly wraps up most loose ends throughout the episode, giving Loki Season 2 a more definitive end without hindering the narrative and establishing Loki’s presence and role in the Multiverse Saga. With Loki becoming the God of Stories, true to his comic book counterpart, he assumed over the position previously vacated by He Who Remains at the Citadel at the End of Time and now presides and safeguards the timelines.
Loki, who has been in pursuit of claiming the throne, now sits on one of the most powerful thrones in the MCU, but only time will tell how his reign will be like or end. With the TVA back in operation to protect the Sacred Timeline, how will Loki’s influence and power affect the remaining MCU’s Multiverse Saga projects as we’re on track toward the next Avengers film, Kang Dynasty?
All Loki Season 1 and 2 episodes are now available to stream on Disney+.