Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister Location - How to Get the Real Ending

Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister Location - How to Get the Real Ending

Here's what you need to do to get the secret ending in Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister Location

Like its predecessors, Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister Location is a survival-horror game by Scott Cawthon. But while the games are somewhat notorious for offering little variety between each installment, Sister Location changes things up quite a bit. For one thing, each night brings with it a different task. For another, you're no longer anchored to one spot; you can move around to a limited degree.

One thing hasn't changed, though: Surviving the night is as hard in Sister Location as it was in previous Five Nights at Freddy's games. Night four is particularly brutal, but we can help you get through the worst of it.

And, like most FNAF games to date, Sister Location's initial conclusion isn't everything it appears to be. There is indeed a secret "real" ending for you to find, and we can help you get it.

Getting the secret ending requires three actions: Getting Baby's secret keycard, accessing Ennard's secret room, then surviving the rest of the night while Ennard stalks you.

Finish Baby's Cupcake Game Successfully and Get the Keycard

-Like previous FNAF games, Sister Location tells part of its story through an interactive "death game" that uses Atari-style graphics. Sister Location's death game requires you, as Baby, to feed cupcakes to children while avoiding pits. When a kid is officially "fed," he'll turn pink and happy.

-Feeding all the kids gives you access to an ice cream cone at the end of the stage, which you have to deliver back to the beginning of the stage before time runs out (use the cupcake-slinging button to drop the ice cream near the left side of the first screen). If you're having trouble, here are step-by-step instructions for winning Circus Baby's cupcake mini-game.

-To access the death game in the first place, you have to, well, die. There's a random chance it'll appear. It's pretty easy to die on Night 4, so replay that mission if you're seeking a quick end.

-When you've finished Baby's cupcake game, resume the rest of the game as normal until you reach Night 5. As usual, enter the code Baby gives you, and take the card from the hatch that opens on her right arm.

-However, when you go back into Funtime Foxy's auditorium, don't follow Baby's instructions. Instead, move your mouse to the right side of the screen while pressing shift, W, and D so that you're essentially walking north-east. You should enter the secret room after a short trip.

Survive a Night with Ennard

-Welcome to Ennard's neighborhood. This nutty animatronic is thirsty for your blood (and your skeleton). The sequence that follows is very much a tribute to the original Five Nights at Freddy's: You're stuck in one spot, and you have to monitor doors on your left and right, as well as a ventilation shaft at your 12 o'clock. However, your monitor and doors run on limited power, and losing power means utterly losing any ability to defend yourself against Ennard. So power conservation is the key to your survival.

-It pays to trust your ears over your eyes. If you hear a lot of movement on your left side, close the left door. If you hear a lot of movement on your right side, close the right door. If you hear a lot of movement above you, close the upper shaft. If you hear a lot of movement all around you, Ennard is trying to psyche you out and isn't immediately poised to attack.

-Use the monitor primarily to make sure Ennard is gone whenever you have to shut him out. Never keep the monitor up for longer than you need to. You also shouldn't need to keep the doors shut for very long. In short, whenever Ennard is outside your doors, be very quick but stay vigilant.

-Survive until 6 a.m. and you'll see the game's real ending. Enjoy!

Need more help? We have plenty of Sister Location tricks and tips for you.

(Special thanks to Dawko)

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Nadia Oxford

Staff Writer

Nadia has been writing about games for so long, only the wind and the rain (or the digital facsimiles thereof) remember her true name. She's written for Nerve, About.com, Gamepro, IGN, 1UP, PlayStation Official Magazine, and other sites and magazines that sling words about video games. She co-hosts the Axe of the Blood God podcast, where she mostly screams about Dragon Quest.

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