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FNAF Security Breach: Why Are the Voice Performers for Moondrop and Sun So Recognizable?

fnaf security breach: why are the voice performers for moondrop and sun so recognizable

Since Moondrop’s voice actor had already appeared in Five Nights At Freddy’s, the new animatronics, Moon and Sun, in FNAF Security Breach seem very similar.

The next Five Nights at Freddy’s instalment by developer Steel Wool is out for sale on PlayStation 4 and PC. This has not yet been released on Xbox, although it is expected to do so soon.

The game is a delight for PlayStation and PC players, but the two new animatronics are truly terrifying.

Who Are the Persons Behind the Voices of The Sun and Moon in The Fnaf Security Breach?

In FNAF Security Breach, Kellen Goff Provides the Voices of Sun and Moondrop

In October, he made the announcement on Twitter that he and another player will be forming a new Five Nights at Freddy’s duo (via Reddit). He also provides the voice for the game’s antagonist, Freddy Fazbear, so you may recognise his voice.

In addition to this instalment, Kellen Goff has also appeared as Funtime Freddy in the 2016 film Sister Location. In addition to League of Legends and JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, he has 196 additional IMDB credits, so you may recognise him from a wide variety of other titles.

What Are Moon and Sun’s Roles in The FNAF Data Break?

In the Five Nights at Freddy’s universe, Moon and Sun are two new animatronics introduced in Security Breach.

In the Pizzaplex, the two are in sync, with Sun attacking while the lights are on and Moondrop lurking in the shadows. In keeping with their jester roles, they’ve both dressed in garish and drab hues.

YouTuber Razzbowski’s gameplay demonstrates that the game features a plethora of colourful and jovial animatronics, but that these two are among the most terrifying.

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