In the latest update of "Five Nights at Freddy's Sister Location", the game is believed to have taken its inspiration from a Japanese folklore. This information could help players manage the game better, as certain rituals and myths pertaining to the folklore could be the key to the game.
According to the YouTube channel The Game Theorist, the game takes its inspiration from a Japanese folklore called the "Tsukumogami", which means "Kami of tool". This refers to a type of spirit that are born from inanimate objects that are typically found in the house.
Items that are usually old, discarded and broken down are those that become a monster. These things are usually harmless, but they can band together and attack people in revenge for being discarded and thrown away.
Of course, the most famous household item that usually becomes monster are the dolls, which "Five Nights at Freddy's Sister Location" has a lot of. The animatronics in the game come to life and just attack people, similar to how "Tsukumogamis" behave.
So why is this information important? Well, the latest update of "Five Nights at Freddy's Sister Location" not only provide what inspired the game but how to play through it as well.
There's a ceremony in Japan that ensures old and broken down objects and dolls don't come to life and murder people.The ceremony calls for appreciating the dolls as a final rite before cremating them.
This makes for an interesting theory and a possible way for players to better survive in the game. Just pray over and burn the animatronics then all the ghostly doll problems will be solved.
Of course, this is all just a theory but News Everyday says this could be "Five Nights at Freddy's Sister Location" way of making it different from previous installments, add diverse myths and customs to the game.
The latest update about "Five Nights at Freddy's Sister Location" that a few more scary rituals might be added to the game when its mobile version comes out. It is believed that the mobile version will come out in December.