Hot off the heels from the release of “Five Nights at Freddy’s 4” last July, creator Scott Cawthon recently made it known that he is now making progress with a so-called fifth installment of the highly popular indie game. Read on for more details.
This follow-up surprisingly though takes a detour from the point-and-click gameplay that the “Five Nights at Freddy’s” franchise has distinctively made themselves known for. Jobs N Hire reported that the next incarnation will be in an RPG gaming format will be aptly entitled “Five Nights at Freddy’s World.” Another variation is that that the game will no longer be strictly in a horror scenario but fans are will still be given the same four options as before: classic, withered, toy, phantom and nightmare.
Cawthon’s upcoming offering may prove to be a brainteaser but as Yibada reported, the designer has assured fans that the storyline. It includes most of the roster from the game has long been finished and that a teaser video will dropping by this Halloween season.
Significantly, Design & Trend made clear on the details of the playable characters from a teaser of “FNAF World” posted on their site. The website mentioned that Cawthon truly dissected the roster besides Freddy, Foxy, Bonnie and Chica. Serviceable units for the game will now include the paper plate dolls which were evidently inorganic in the virtual office and the upsetting murdered child victims in the “Five Nights at Freddy’s” mythos who now resembles a weeping fairy.
“Five Nights at Freddy’s” fans are at the same time treated to another medium of the franchise with a Warner Bros. movie produced adaptation of the video game. In a previous report from this website, the said project is directed by Gil Kenan of “Monster House” fame.
“Five Nights at Freddy’s World” will be released not just on Android and iOS but also on PC this 2016.
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