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Netflix Just Dropped A Huge, Bloody ‘Black Mirror: Bandersnatch’ Curveball

Netflix Just Dropped A Huge, Bloody ‘Black Mirror: Bandersnatch’ Curveball

Warning: Spoiler alert.

Netflix has revealed a secret ending to its new interactive Black Mirror episode, Bandersnatch, and fans are reeling at the gruesome sequence.

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On Tuesday, the official Netflix UK & Ireland Twitter account posted a tantalising clue about how to unlock the hidden outcome.

"Think you've seen everything there is to see in Bandersnatch? Try picking up the family photo, twice," the tweet read.

When you reach the option to choose to pick up the family photo frame or the book, choose the photo frame - and then go back and choose it again. This serves up a grim ending that sees the Bandersnatch author stabbing Stefan.

You won't see the credits rolling after selecting this sequence, making it one of the 'unofficial' endings.

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Black Mirror fans were freaked out by the gruesome twist. "Omg thanks for that. now I'm terrified," one viewer tweeted.

Netflix then shot back with the rather creepy reply: "You don't *have* to, it's not like we're controlling you."

This comes after fans discovered another hidden scene that followed the closing credits and it's been described as 'downright fascinating'.

According to The Wrap, Stefan is back on the bus he travelled on earlier in the film when he visited Tuckersoft for the first time.

But, instead of choosing what music Stefan should listen to on his journey, he gets out his finished game, which then plays some unpleasant sounds which you can listen to here, if you really want.

Most people who came across the scene couldn't understand the sounds, but some clever person worked out it's actually data with the tape being for a ZX Spectrum computer just like the one we saw Stefan working on earlier in the film.

When they put the audio through that particular machine, it produced a mysterious QR code. If you scan the code, it will take you to a previously unused page on the Tuckersoft site, which shows the covers of the games the company released.

If you click on each of the covers, you are directed to a page which tells you about the game with Nohzdyve's being the most interesting as you can actually download the game itself and play it.

To be able to download the games, you may need to download app called Spectacolbut that should work a treat.

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

Topics: Entertainment, black mirror, TV News, TV Entertainment

Harvey Day

Writer for Pretty52, interested in all sorts of entertainment and lifestyle content. Previously worked at ShortList Magazine and website, the MailOnline and the Birmingham Mail. Contact: harvey.day@pretty52.com

 

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