Sister Location – Scott Cawthon Teases The Fans Yet Again

Scott Cawthon is at it again! Now he teases a new image of Sister Location, the mystery game based on the Five Nights At Freddy’s franchise. The new female animatronic on the image looks pretty creepy. At the bottom right of the image you can notice a text saying, ”Everyone, please stay in your seats.” What does this imply? The text on the first teaser image said, ”There was never just one.” Looking at both, it looks like a puzzle waiting to be solved.

According to many conspiracy theorists, the female animatronic on the new teaser image is Baby from FNAF World, a game that Scott Cawthon took down from Steam. Not much is known about ”Baby” but she was teased in the second update for FNAF World and mentioned to be  sinister invention that ”cannot be stopped,” not even by her maker. In the game, the creator of Baby was found dead, so we can guess who might have murdered him, right?

Perhaps, ”There was never just one” implies that Freddy’s Frazbear Pizza place was not the only one with the living animatronics. Can it be that ”Everyone, please stay in your seats” might suggest that the new location can be a theme park? It can be possible because the creator of the animatronics might have built them in different locations. According to The Silver Eyes (the Five Nights At Freddy’s horror novel), the creator of the animatronics (Charlie’s father) originally built them in his garage and he may have built them for several locations.

Finally, we are pretty excited to play this game. We know that Sister Location will feature voice acting as Scott Cawthon has already confirmed. It may not be long dialogues but brief ones similar to the Phone Guy dialogue in the original Five Nights At Freddy’s game. If you are a fan of this series then stay tuned with our website for the latest news on this amazing franchise.

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