I just want to share something I found. According to this video, when one of the "Glitchtrap" files was accessed, it shows a copy of Springtrap's model twitching his head, like it was glitching. Now I might be wrong, but this seems to suggest that these Glitchtrap files are related to Springtrap rather than the virus. Wikification (talk) 06:18, June 9, 2019 (UTC)

Wikification, there is a file called GlitchtrapDefeated that activates upon the Virus's defeat, hinting that it’s name might be Glitchtrap, the only other source we have of what it’s name is appears with its model; SpeingBonnieMan, so the closest thing we have for this things name is either Spring Bonnie or Glitchtrap until Scott reveals what its name is (which he probably won’t...).

TheDarkLord0Abso (talk) 06:41, June 9, 2019 (UTC)

I suppose. But we still don’t really know what the GlitchtrapDefeated file is. The fact that it apparently appears upon the virus' defeat is the only indication that they are connected. Yes, it seems obvious, but some doubt was cast when one of the other Glitchtrap files was actually opened. Wikification (talk) 09:23, June 9, 2019 (UTC)
GlitchtrapDefeated is for when Glitchtrap is defeated and turned into a plushie version of Spring Bonnie. Lockhqu (talk) 10:07, June 9, 2019 (UTC)
Was the GlitchtrapDefeated file accessed? Wikification (talk) 10:39, June 9, 2019 (UTC)
In the test copy version of the game, in one of the ending for the game. He gets turned into a plushie. I’m going to ask FusionZGamer about it later. Lockhqu (talk) 11:27, June 9, 2019 (UTC)
But is that plushie related to the GlitchtrapDefeated file, or does it related to something else happening at that point? Wikification (talk) 15:18, June 9, 2019 (UTC)
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