‘Five Nights At Freddy’s 4’ Successor ‘Sister Location’ Now In iOS; Reveals Why Purple Guy Is Killing Kids; RPG Spinoff Out Soon, Says Creator
"Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister Location," can now be played by iOS device owners on their units. Much like its Android version the game will also cost $2.99, inclusive of the content that can also be found in its current PC version. This confirms that "Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister Location" will still feature death mini-games, as well s the proper endings to the story.
"Sister Location" -- as its title indicates -- is set on an entirely different establishment. Unlike the other games before it, "Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister Location" has its focus set on Circus Baby's Pizza World. It is similar with the others is the fact that it also features a variety of animatronic creatures with a desire to kill.
Joining Foxy and Freddy -- who have been redesigned for this particular game - are new characters, namely, Ballora, Ennard, and Baby. These characters will be telling a new story that is still in line with the franchise's existing lore.
"Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister Location" is actually the franchise's fifth instalment. It will build off the story that was established in "Five Nights at Freddy's 4." Unlike its predecessor, though, this spinoff game will have a different set of gameplay mechanics. Every night, the player needs to go through unique challenges - and survive the jump scares - that are almost never connected to the typical act of watching security footages.
It has also been reported that "FNaF" gamers will finally get to know the Purple Man - also known as William Afton - at a more personal level. According to multiple news sources, gamers will be able to control the Purple Man in "Sister Location."
"FNaF" creator Scott Cawthon confirmed on his social media account that "Sister Location" is now available for iOS device users. Shortly after that announcement, he also confirmed that the franchise's RPG spinoff, "Five Nights at Freddy's World," will soon be out for both Android and iOS, as reported by mxdwn.com.