A cryptic conversation: New FNAF World source coding revealed

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There has been more cryptic coding and information revealed in the source code on FNAFworld.com. Scott Cawthon, the creator of the successful gaming franchise Five Nights at Freddy’s, is known for planting secret messages within the source coding of his games. He has used this method to reveal information about his games as time goes on.

A Reddit user, u/Stev3pie, checked the source code in FNAFworld.com and found new text that has seemed to wrap up other cryptic messages that have spread through the site’s source code. The most recent sentence that has been placed in the source code is, “Yes, I can. You will do everything that that I tell you to.” The sentence above it in the source coding states, “Be quiet.”

FNAF source codeAccording to fazbearspizza.com, all of the source codes that have been found have been put together to form a conversation. All of the statements that have been found in the source coding are, “You are crowding us.” “Be quiet.” “You can’t tell us what to do anymore.” “Yes, I can. You will do everything that I tell you to.” All of these sentences have been found in the FNAFworld.com source, and have been put together to form this conversation.

What could this mean? It is thought that FNAF World has ended and has been done for a while, but after seeing this, perhaps there could be more in store for FNAF World. It could possibly be significant for whatever project is coming up next from Scott Cawthon for the FNAF series.

FNAF’s most recent projects are the books FNAF: The Twisted Ones and The Freddy Files. It is assumed that these books will reveal more of the story, and could perhaps lead into whatever these source codes are telling us. Considering this conversation taking place in the source coding is so cryptic and it is going on specifically on FNAFworld.com, there is no telling what it could mean for the future of FNAF. What do you think?

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Video gaming and entertainment journalist Madison Houston is owner of Maddy Times. Longtime horror fan and gamer.

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