Five Nights at Freddy?s Sister Location fans speculate that there will be sound cues before Animatronics do their scares. Potentially, they could be musical or even vocal cues to notify players of their presence. Scott Cawthon has gone silent for awhile so nobody can confirm if these could potentially happen.
Previously, Cawthon confirmed that there?s going to be voice acting in Five Nights at Freddy?s Sister Location. Adding to the basic background music, the upcoming game may go with full-on ambient scare with the new sound technology to be included. At best, players should be wary of any noises happening in the upcoming game.
According to GlitchedPie?s thread on the Five Nights at Freddy?s Sister Location reddit, there may be musical cues to signify an animatronic?s presence in the room. Ballora?s Song could be a cue of her arrival or a generic line while finding the player. The voice cues may hold exposition, but staying in the same room to let them finish their statement may prove dangerous. It?s possible that they may already have cornered you in your position if you choose to stick around while they?re talking.
Cawthon also promised that he?ll scare his fans again with Five Nights at Freddy?s Sister Location. It may not be best to try with jumpscares again as the fans are already used to the gimmick after four entries. However, the jumpscares might be improved through voice lines accompanying it. It might be the same trick, but it would have a fresh feel?to it. Fans may want to intentionally trigger the game?s scares to see if there are any dialogue worth hearing. Either way, the Five Nights at Freddy?s Sister Location may just become a suspense puzzle game than just a horror game.
Recently, Cawthon has gone silent on game reveals via?videos. However, he did slightly share some details through the Steam discussion threads. For now, players will have to wait until the game?s release on October 7 to confirm any speculated features. Stay updated on more Five Nights at ?Freddy?s Sister Location news here on TheBitBag.