Recently, the Scottgames site changed its cover image to one with the game?s release date. Five Nights at Freddy?s fans also found a link to the map layout of Five Nights at Freddy?s Sister Location. Here?s what we know so far about?Scott Cawthon’s recent reveals.
As seen on the Scottgames site, the cover image has been replaced with a simple animatronic clown with the game?s release date. Previously, Scott Cawthon listed the Five Nights at Freddy?s Sister Location with an October release window. Players still have a month of waiting before the game?s launch on October 7.
Sister Location Map
Fans also found a hidden link in the Scottgames page source that reveals the game?s map. Similar to the previous entries, the Five Nights at Freddy?s Sister Location?s map also follows a floor plan with labeled rooms. The map?s layout is shaped like a cross. This could mean four directions to manage if Sister Location has the old FNaF gameplay. Additionally, this layout could mean heavy room backtracking if the game actually has a free roam feature now.
Lastly, two hidden rooms are connected on the top and bottom of the Funtime Auditorium room. These rooms might hold some notable mysteries in the Sister Location game. They can also have major clues for the overarching story of Five Nights at Freddy?s.
Steam Update and Early Release
Along with the Scottgames site, the Five Nights at Freddy?s Sister Location Steam page has also updated the game?s release date. Previously, Cawthon swore that he won?t release his games earlier than expected after FNaF World. Cawthon even pulled off the game from Steam and made it free on Gamejolt due to his dissatisfaction with FNaF World?s quality. Due to this, fans may expect Cawthon to release the game at the right time for the sake of the game?s quality.
Additionally, Cawthon promised to scare his fans again with Sister Location. Five Nights at Freddy?s Sister Location will have more than jumpscares, as there might be voice acting in the game. For now, we?ll just have to wait through September to get our hands on Cawthon?s next FNaF title.