Five things you may have missed in chapter 2 of Poppy Playtime.
5 Things You May Have Missed in Chapter 2
In Elliot Ludwig’s office at the beginning of the game, a yellow hand print can be seen on the bottom of the vent grate alongside the red and blue hand prints, which may hint that there will be a yellow hand in the game’s future.
Behind Owen the Oven, there is small text that reads “Why do they call it oven when you of in the cold food of out hot eat the food”? This is a reference to a 2013 Twitter post that quickly grew into a meme. I have no idea what this person was attempting to say.
After completing Musical Memory, and while crawling through the vents, you can hear what sounds like roaring and something collapsing. Once you exit Musical Memory and return to the Game Station, look up to see Bunzo Bunny’s corpse in a web. The same thing will happen after completing Wack-A-Wuggy. This time, when you look up, you will see the Mini Huggies T-Posing in a web. Mommy Long Legs kills the toys after they fail to kill you. You never see PJ Pug-A-Pillar in a web, but it’s heavily implied that she kills him also.
Huggy Wuggy Survived
During the Water Treatment section, go onto the lift that goes up and down. Look directly to the left of you and you will see blood stains and blue hair stuck in the wall. This leads up to a conveyor belt that leads through a utility tunnel. The blue hair and blood signify that Huggy Wuggy is still alive, and that he’s climbing back up from the fall.
(Possible) Future Locations
If you’ll remember, Chapter 1 revealed various sections of the factory that were inaccessible. These include Innovation, Testing, Theater, and Cafeteria. Before Mommy grabs Poppy and takes her down the large hole in the floor, the location ahead of you is the Game Station, or the setting for the second chapter. The other blocked off areas include Research, Production, Playplace, and Innovation. As you noticed, Innovation has appeared both times, and Playplace is another name for PlayCare. The PlayCare, as we know, will be the main setting for Chapter 3. So does that mean that every chapter corresponds with one of these sections? So Chapter 4 could be Production, Chapter 5 could be Research, and Chapter 6 could be Innovation. This means that there could be more than five chapters.