New Loki TV Spot Teases Mysterious New Location in Episode 3

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By Nobelle Borines | More Articles Hoarder of Fantasy Books and Stephen King Wannabe
June 18, 2021  05:04 PM

There is little doubt that the second episode of Loki was an exciting one and Marvel Studios just had to hype it up in a promo. However, it looks like the teaser also featured the location where the God of Mischief will head to in Episode 3.

In The Variant, it was revealed that the fugitive Variant is a female version of Loki who has been stealing reset charges to alter the timeline. She activates several new branches in the timeline and escapes through one, forcing Loki to follow her.

So where did the Variant and Loki go? The mysterious new location and timeline may have been revealed in the new promo for this week's episode. Check it out below.

 

The teaser actually features a lot of footage from Episode 2. However, there's one that has yet to be seen in the series. At the 0:19 mark, we see a mysterious location featuring a pirate ship and a crashed UFO. 

It's a strange place and it could be one of the places where Sylvie Lushton has altered the timeline. After all, the Variant had chosen all those locations for a reason and she chose familiar places like Vormir and Ego the Living Planet. We're not sure where this is but we'll surely find out next Wednesday.

The second episode of Loki is titled The Variant and is now streaming on Disney+. The title of Episode 3 has not yet been revealed. Nevertheless, the next episode will premiere on the streaming service on Wednesday, June 23, 2021.

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