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Where to find the Halo Infinite Craig Easter egg

Halo Infinite Craig Easter egg
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If you're looking for the Halo Infinite Craig Easter egg, then we've got the location and how you should go about getting to it. Or, if you just want to see what Craig's been up to lately, read on to save yourself having to find the Easter egg in Halo Infinite. Fortunately though, it's not too hard to find or reach the Craig Easter egg as you'll get to the right location in a mission that's just a few hours into the main campaign. As long as you know where to look, it's easy to find it and see it in all its glory. 

So, here's where to find the Halo Infinite Craig Easter egg, otherwise known as the Craig Zeta Halo Tour 2560...

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Where to find the Halo Infinite Craig Easter egg

Halo Infinite Craig Easter egg

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You'll be led to the Halo Infinite Craig Easter egg as part of the story mission, The Tower. There's no need to rush as it's one of the early, big missions once you're free to explore the full open world. We won't mention any more than that to keep things spoiler-free, but if you want to go there now, or missed it before and need to go back, it's here on the map: 

Halo Infinite Craig Easter egg

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To find the Easter egg you'll need to climb the tower using the Grappleshot upgraded with the 40% cooldown reduction. You'll be able to walk up one of the legs easily enough, which will get you so far, but past that you'll need to use momentum to keep you airborne while you wait for the Grappleshot to recharge. The top part of the tower has no ledges and a nasty overhang so you'll need to fling yourself upwards in a way that will let you stay in the air until you can fire another shot. It sounds hard but don't panic - if you go too far out or miss, just aim back towards the tower and you shouldn't lose too much height. Just keep an eye on the Grappleshot recharge and get a feel for the timing and you should get a rhythm that will eventually get you to the edge and on top of the Tower. 

Halo Infinite Craig Easter egg

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When you do get to the top look for... this. It appears to be a Banished stage with speakers, a space guitar and a poster for Craig's Halo Ring tour. You'll also find an album on the floor between the poster and guitar, which you can interact with to flip over and read the track listing. Let's just say the song titles tell a story.

Halo Infinite Craig Easter egg

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If you investigate the raised area behind the stage you'll also find what will likely be your first of the Halo Infinite Skull as well, so you won't go away empty handed. And that's it, you've seen the Easter egg, found a skull, now get back out there and save the universe.

Leon Hurley

I'm currently GamesRadar's guides coordinator, which means I've had a hand in producing or writing all of the guide and tips content on the site. I also write reviews, previews and features, and do video. Previously I worked for Kotaku, and the Official PlayStation Magazine and website.  I'm a big fan of open world games, horror, and narrative adventures.