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Five Nights At Freddy’s Sister Location: Voice Acting To Convey Each Animatronic’s Personality?

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Recently, Five Nights at Freddy?s fans found a voice acting clip which could be a leak of Ballora?s song in the upcoming Five Nights at Freddy?s Sister Location. More than just adding voices to the animatronics in the game, voice acting could be used by Scott Cawthon to give the animatronics personalities and expound the story of the upcoming game. Here?s what we know so far about the upcoming game?s personalities.

According to Razzbowski?s video about Five Nights at Freddy?s Sister Location, Cawthon may actually use the animatronic voices to provide some personality to the animatronics. Ballora?s smooth song is taken into context as it could sound foreboding and eerier to players. Most animatronics in the Five Nights at Freddy?s games kill the player characters when they get near them. For now, players can only speculate on the voice clip as Ballora may just be programmed to sing the song but actually have other ideas for the player characters, should she find them.

Additionally, the Five Nights at Freddy?s Sister Location animatronics can now tell their story now that they have voice actors. Razzbowski?s group speculates that the animatronics may now be more vocal about their situation in the game instead of just being focused on killing the player every chance they get. In the previous games, the animatronics only say repetitive sentences which is definitely far from constructed dialogue. However, it?s possible that the animatronics? verbal patterns may suggest yet another clue about their situation and origin.

So far, Baby and Ballora have been speculated to have spoken in the trailers and leaks of the Five Nights at Freddy?s Sister Location. We?ve yet to hear any voice or a hint of personality from the other animatronics like Ennard and Bidybab as they haven?t said anything yet. However, these two have taglines such as ?There?s a little bit of me in everybody? and ?Don?t hold it against us,? which could convey their potential personalities even without them talking.

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