Currently, fans are speculating about the Five Nights at Freddy?s Sister Location free roam feature. Fans raised solid points about Scott Cawthon leaving his old Five Nights at Freddy?s systems for a whole new gameplay. The game is also about to be released this coming October 7. Here?s what we know so far about the game.
According to Razzbowski?s video, Five Nights at Freddy?s Sister Location may have a free roam feature due to the features in the latter games. Five Nights at Freddy?s 4 didn?t rely on the player pressing buttons and managing energy but just doing gimmicks at the right cue or time. Additionally, FNaF World shows a top-view role playing game that allows players to roam freely in its narrow corridors. Perhaps Five Nights at Freddy?s creator has had enough practice with such games to implement it in Sister Location.
Visual Novel Type Free Roam
Alternatively, fans speculate a stiff movement system that will restrict and make players commit to the room they?ve taken in the new game. The speculation states that players may have to do something in the room upon entering and they won?t be allowed to leave until it?s completed. This idea locks them in some sort of exploration options similar to visual novels. However, this free roam stiffness may turn off new and old players due to its punishing exploration system.
What we know so far
Previously, Cawthon said that he won?t be releasing any gameplay teasers of Five Nights at Freddy?s Sister Location a month before its launch. September has certainly been dry of direct Sister Location updates. Only the ?story focus? has been indirectly confirmed through repeated inquiries of Cawthon?s fans. Five Nights at Freddy?s Sister Location is still a mystery as of now.
As mentioned, Cawthon?s Five Nights at Freddy?s Sister Location will be released this upcoming October 7. Fans may be busy saving up cash to buy the game on its release to be play the game instead of endlessly anticipating Sister Location?s gameplay. Stay updated on more Five Nights at Freddy?s Sister Location news here on TheBitBag.