‘Five Nights At Freddy’s Sister Location’ Latest News & Update: Extra Rooms May Be Extensions For ‘FNaF 4’

By Snooky Grawls , Updated Oct 15, 2016 09:09 AM EDT
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For players who have started to venture out into “Five Nights at Freddy’s Sister Location”, there are some extra rooms that which could have something behind them. Some speculate that these could be extensions from “FNaF 4” though they are reportedly inaccessible as we speak though it would not be surprising to find the animatronics holed up in those areas.

The extra rooms on “Five Nights at Freddy’s Sister Location” can be found in the Night 2 Breaker Room, which veteran players may easily associate with the fourth installment. Recall that these rooms were accessible by the main child character where animatronics was lurking and waiting. 

But could this be the same case for the present game? Game Ranx reported that there could actually be cheats behind them for players to unlock.

There are various ways to look at the secret rooms in “Five Nights at Freddy’s Sister Location”. One is that they could be an extension of sorts for players to eventually explore or areas that are still in the development stages. If not, these rooms could also be an extension of the things that went down on "FNaF 4" and so on. As one can see, it could be anything.

It seems almost certain that these rooms will have something more than meets the eye on “Five Nights at Freddy’s Sister Location”. Patches are expected to be released so it may be best to ponder on what use these rooms could have if Scott Cawthon does have that one in mind.

A throwback to "FNaF 4" could also be possible as hinted by lawjnn’s thread, recalling the events that went down and likely to undergo some changes for the benefit of players on “Five Nights at Freddy’s Sister Location”. The guessing game is on as far as what gives behind those doors so make sure to check back for more updates here on GameNGuide.

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