The latest promo for Scott Cawthon’s upcoming game “Five Nights at Freddy’s Sister Location” features seven menacing baby animatronics.
According to reports, the poster has replaced the previous Ennard teaser in the game’s official website. Some players reportedly suggested that they be called “Bidybabs,” a shorthand combination of “bidy” for bitty and “bab” for baby.
Looking closely at the photo, animatronic Baby can be seen in the background which leads to speculations that the new characters may be somehow connected to it. The babies, which have a short stature, bald heads, wide eyes, and chubby cheeks, are held together by strings. This could probably point to their function as a unit instead of being controlled separately.
Interestingly, the words that read, “Don’t hold it against us,” accompanies the image. Fans may remember that the phrase can be heard in the previously released trailer for the installment. It has been noted that the tagline has been repetitively chanted seven or nine times, which seems to reflect the number of characters to be showcased.
When it comes to the setting, there are rumors that the most likely location of the thriller adventure is in the factory. While others also propose an amusement park, a safety bunker, a kid eatery, or even the lair of a mad scientist. However, since there are no announcements yet, available information should be taken with a grain of salt.
The creator only teased that when it comes to the characters that will bring terror and horror, “No worries guys. The characters needed to be copyrighted, and I knew this would get out. Have fun speculating! Ha ha!”
On a related note, the first adapted film “Five Nights at Freddy’s” will apparently hit the big screen on June 8, 2018. Director Gil Kenan has apparently debunked the hearsay that the movie will be cancelled and explained that they are still working on a very long script development phase.
“Five Nights at Freddy’s Sister Location” is expected to be released sometime this fall across platforms including PC and mobile devices.