So if-if you can’t find something, or someone, on your cameras, be sure to check the door lights. Uh, not that you would be in any danger, of course. Also, check on the curtain in Pirate Cove from time to time. Anyway, I'm sure you have everything under control! So our temporary solution is this: there's a music box over by the Prize Counter, and it's rigged to be wound up remotely. I don't think a Freddy mask will fool it, so just don't forget the music box. The original Phone Guy is unchanged for the most part though, here, he is a lot more formal and less expressive, likely because he is speaking as an instructor rather than talking to the player off-hours. We found some-some great new relics over the weekend. So-uh lemme just update real quick, then you can get to work. Uh, for now just get comfortable with the new setup, um...The character in there seems unique in that he becomes more active if the cameras remain off for long periods of time. So just, every once in a while, switch over to the Prize Counter video feed and wind it up for a few seconds. Like, the attraction opens in like, a week, so we had to make sure everything works, and nothing catches on fire! You can check the security cameras over to your right with a click of that blue button.Uh, something else worth mentioning is kind of the modern design of the building. So please pay close attention while learning how to operate these suits as accidents/injuries/death/irreparable and grotesque maiming can occur.You may have noticed there are no doors for you to close, heh. And even though your flashlight can run out of power, the building cannot. First and most discussed is how to operate the mascots while in animatronic form.
Y-Yeah, they don't tell you these things when you sign up. There are blind spots in your camera views, and those blind spots happen to be right outside of your doors. So while our engineers don't really have an explanation for this, the working theory is that... So when it gets quiet, they think they're in the wrong room, so then they go try to find where the people are, and in this case, that's your office. He also jokes a lot more than the original Phone Guy, such as saying that the Foxy head they had found might "just be another crappy cosplay" and saying that the company would have to dress the player in a furry suit to stand in as an animatronic before finding Springtrap, generally being a lot less serious about his work. I promise it'll be a lot more interesting this time. So not only will you be monitoring the people on the cameras as they pass through, y'know, to make sure no one steals anything or makes out in the corner, but you'll also be a part of the show. So, we're gonna take a peek and see what we can find.
Turning the crank will recoil and compress the animatronic parts around the sides of the suit, providing room to climb inside.
Please make sure the spring locks are fastened tight to ensure the animatronic devices remain safe.
Phone Guy is somewhat nonchalant, with absolutely no explanation as to why.
Throughout the game, he does his best to inform the player that there's "really nothing to worry about," despite the obvious danger of being killed by the animatronics.