The game is currently in development, but recent reports reveal some noteworthy information about the game. Steam recently exposed new details about Five Nights at Freddy’s: Sister Location, hinting on the obvious – a new location for a thrilling hunt. The game, as implied in the teaser, will lead players to a new location called ?Circus Baby?s Pizza World.? It should be fun, circus and all that kiddie stuff, but there?s also the chilling notion that clowns can be related to scary hunters.
Circus Baby will be the hunter, and the player, who acts as a technician, will be the hunted one. It?s a risk that every player must go through in order to complete missions and challenges. The role of a technician is quite new, specially for those who have previously played Five Nights at Freddy’s. The previous version shows players in the role of a security guard, who was nevertheless playing the role of a prey.
Five Nights at Freddy’s: Sister Location release date is currently unavailable, but many assume, it will arrive just before the Halloween. Will the change in the player?s role deliver a bigger impact on the gameplay? Questions suggest that, by changing the role of the player, there?s a chance that the game will point to a more interesting story concept; that?s if the role of a security guard and a technician will be a given a totally different set of defense skills.
Meanwhile, some surprising news about the Five Nights at Freddy’s: Sister Location movie suggested that it has been canceled. Despite the absence of any confirmation from the creator of the movie, fans still went online to inquire about the news.
It turns out that a Kotaku writer named Nathan Grayson made the mistake of revealing something that is not totally intended for the reader and FNAF fans. Creator Scott Cawthon on the other hand subtly denied the rumor saying that the whole team is working on the scripts for the Five Nights at Freddy?s: Sister Location movie.
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