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'Five Nights at Freddy's Sister Location' Now On Android: Terror Comes In Different Gameplay – Plus 2 New Updates [REPORT]


"Five Nights at Freddy's Sister Location" is back with its fifth installment. But now it comes for android devices. The update to the point-and-click horror series brings new characters and game environment to bring terror on your game spots.

On this chapter, "Five Nights at Freddy's Sister Location" is taking place at Circus Baby's Pizza World where family fun and interactivity will be more exciting than the previous chapters. Android Police adds that the five nights made for the PC version will be available in this mobile port.

Unlike its previous installments, instead of being at one location, the player will be tasked to move to different points at Circus Baby's Pizza World. This is part of completing the in-game tasks.

Since the players will play the role of night shift technicians. Each player is required to feel comfortable moving through around constricted spaces and active machinery. The trouble gets in when the employer pardons itself from all the liabilities when the players suffer from dismemberment or found dead during hours of duty.

But the night gets creepier after the establishments put their lights off as animatronic characters will come to life to scare the players. This is one of the dangers the technician will meet in the game including some puzzle solving and searching for clues.

Two New Updates

Android Authority reported that "Five Nights at Freddy's Sister Location" has two new updates. First is a special mini-game called "Baby Death" and new "Custom Night" mode to suit the players' game preference. The "Extras Menu" is an additional feature and gamers can also check out the two new endings of the game.

Android users can grab the "Five Nights at Freddy's Sister Location" mobile port at Google Play for $2.99. For more updates and details tune in here.

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