Five Nights At Freddy’s Sister Location Teased


Scott Cawthon is bringing back the horror and thrills of Five Nights at Freddy’s for yet another game… this time it’s called Five Nights at Freddy’s Sister Location. The game has been teased on Scott’s official website since the PAX East weekend.

The site doesn’t offer any details about the project other than having the FNAF dimly lit against the image of an animatronic that appears to be some kind of bunny or other anthropomorphic animal with a robotic puppet encased underneath.

There are glowing words saying “Sister Location” and the tagline “There was never just one” underneath.

There’s no way real way to know for sure what this game is going to be about and whether it will be a continuation of the Five Nights at Freddy’s survival games or another spinoff similar to Five Nights at Freddy’s World. The latter game was actually a classically made, turn-based role-playing game, which was a real departure from the point-and-click horror games that made Scott Cawthon famous in the first place.

With nearly 2 million copies sold across the franchise and the movie rights sold to Hollywood for a live-action adaptation, it’s safe to say that Five Nights at Freddy’s has really made its mark in the world of interactive entertainment and new wave media.

Some die-hard fans discovered that in some of the web page code the title could be scheduled to release this October. FNAFNovelSpoilers on Reddit pointed out that the website was supposed to reveal a new letter every two weeks to reveal Sister Location, but some users found out what it was using Notepad++ and deduced that the game could be due for release in October.

No actual information on the game or any release dates have been set… yet. Expect to hear more about the game sometime around E3, because everyone and their mother will be dropping news around that time for any and every hyped game under the sun.



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