The Ruin DLC for Five Nights at Freddy’s: Security Breach is now available, and players are already discovering secrets hidden throughout the unsettling expansion. One of the most intriguing secrets revolves around the wet floor bots, which can be found in numerous locations.
But what happens if you deactivate all the wet floor bots in FNAF? Is it something beneficial, or should you keep them activated at all costs? Here’s a look at everything you need to know about the mysterious robots.
What happens if you deactivate all the wet floor bots in 'FNAF'?
If you deactivate all the wet floor bots in the Ruins DLC for FNAF, you’ll unlock a secret area in Bonnie Bowl where you’ll find Glamrock Bonnie. There are more than a dozen wet floor bots (also known as Caution Bots) throughout the Ruin DLC, so keep your eyes peeled as you make your way through its unnerving levels.
To deactivate a wet floor bot in FNAF, you’ll need to don your Security Mask. Once that’s done, you can simply interact with the robots to turn them off. After deactivating all of them, a multicolored wall in the bowling alley will open, revealing a secret room.
In this room you’ll find the robotic corpse of Bonnie with two glowing eyes. Surrounding the decaying robot are a handful of Caution Bots. If you deactivate these, you’ll be treated to a startling “hacking sequence,” which culminates with Bonnie’s eyes turning off. Some players see this a way to finally lay the character to rest, although it’s yet to be determine what its real meaning is.
Remember — to access this area, you’ll first need to disable all the Caution Bots found throughout the Ruin DLC. Here’s a look at how many Caution Bots are in each chapter to help you complete the task:
- Chapter One: 4 Caution Bots
- Chapter Two: 5 Caution Bots
- Chapter Three: 4 Caution Bots
- Chapter Four: 3 Caution Bots
- Chapter Five: 4 Caution Bots
- Chapter Six: 3 Caution Bots
- Chapter Seven: 5 Caution Bots
The only way to deactivate Caution Bots is by putting on your Security Mask. If you’re playing on PC, this is done by pressing R. With your mask on, you’ll then be able to walk up to the Caution Bots and interact with them by pressing and holding E.
You’ll usually get some unsettling audio and graphical effects during the disabling process, but make sure you stick with it until the end to fully disable the robot. If you don’t complete the process, you’ll need to start from the beginning.
The Ruin DLC is now available for Five Nights at Freddy’s: Security Breach on PS5 and PC. Best of all it’s entirely free, so be sure to check it out as soon as you can. Unfortunately, a release date is yet to be announced for Xbox or Switch.