The Microsoft Office scrapper appeared in Halo Infinite and even got a little bit into the lore

The Microsoft Office scrapper appeared in Halo Infinite and even got a little bit into the lore

In 1996, Microsoft Office debuted assistants that tried to tell you how to work better with the package's programs.
It is believed that they were actually more of an annoyance than a help.
There were a few assistants, but the default one was Scrapie - he was the most annoying.
Now we have Scrapie in Halo Infinite - he hid in the depths of the menu with the start of the second season.
You can hang him as a keychain on your weapon, stick him as an emblem, or put him on your Spartan card.
At the moment, the assistant is blocked: the description says that it will become available during the second season, but it's not specified when.As the manufacturer of Scrapie is listed as FOTUS - an in-game company that formally exists in the Infinite lore, although it is actually attributed elements based on the Halo community and/or real world memes.
In other words, Scrapie is sort of put into the history of the franchise, but sort of not in a serious way.On Reddit, they joke that Scrapie should be made into a personal AI as well.
It's a special element of customization in Infinite that comments on match events and appears in the game when you, for example, hack into a terminal.
Clippy just loves helping those in need with useless advice! Bonus content for those who play in Russian is a sloppy localization.
Clippy was translated as \"Clippy\" (although the official Russian version of Microsoft Office called him \"Clippy\"), and one of the two descriptions is simply mistranslated: Clippy did not write the plan, but was present when it was written - a hint that he was stapling plan papers.

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