For fanatics, finding Easter eggs is very exciting. Here, we have listed down ways to find the Craig Easter egg in Halo Infinite.
For Halo fanatics, finding Easter eggs is very exciting. Here, we have listed down ways to find the Craig Easter egg in Halo Infinite. So, instead of looking for the Easter egg in the game, read this article to see what Craig has been doing.
Thankfully, the “Craig Easter egg” can be found just a few hours into the main campaign. Looking in the appropriate areas will reveal it. So, here’s where to find the “Craig Zeta Halo Tour 2560” Easter egg in the game.
The Tower storey quest is the way to find the Craig Easter egg in the game. It is one of the first major assignments after players are free to explore the open world in Halo Infinite. To find the Easter egg, players will have to climb the tower with Grappleshot with a 40% cooldown reduction.
Players can stroll up one of its legs; however, beyond that, they’ll have to use great momentum to stay airborne while the Grappleshot refuels. The tower’s top has no supports and an overhang, so players will have to toss themselves upwards to stay in the air until they can shoot again.
If players miss or go too far out, they just need to aim again towards the tower and they won’t lose too much altitude. They will have to keep a close eye on the Grappleshot recharging and develop a rhythm that will finally get them to the Tower’s brink.
When players manage to reach the summit, they need to look for a banished platform with loudspeakers, a space guitar, and a Craig Halo Ring tour poster. Players can find an album between the guitar and the poster that they can engage with to fold over and see the tracklisting. These songs’ names tell a story. Players will also get their first Halo Infinite Skull if they examine the higher region beyond the stage.