Developer clarifies free sport not titled ‘Furry’s Rage’
During Sony’s final State of Play presentation, we bought our first take a look at the subsequent chapter within the extraordinarily fashionable, jumpscare-tastic franchise Five Nights at Freddy’s.
Five Nights at Freddy’s: Security Breach will transition the standard CCTV motion of its best-selling predecessors into full-on first-person gameplay. Players will gingerly choose their manner via a “Wacky Warehouse”-style play heart, desperately making an attempt to stay at claws’ size from a band of murderous animatronics, led by terrifying host Freddy Fazbear.
While no launch date for FNAF: Security Breach has been introduced, sequence creator Scott Cawthon instructed this week that the size and ambition of the brand new sequel are preserving the undertaking on the drafting board longer than the event crew initially anticipated.
“As you all know, Security Breach was originally planned to come out at the end of 2020, but as we kept working on it and kept adding to it, it just kept getting bigger and bigger and needed more time to finish,” said Cawthon in an official Reddit post. “And now, again, I’ve made the decision to put more time and money into it to make sure it’s finished properly, and that means a late 2021 release instead of an early 2021 release like I had originally wanted. It will be worth it!”
As one thing of a commiseration to followers whereas they look ahead to the brand new sport, Cawthon has launched a goofy FNAF-themed brawler to the Game Volt platform. Available to obtain free-of-charge, Security Breach: Fury’s Rage is a brief ‘n’ candy slapfight which sees FNAF “heroes” Freddy, Roxanne, Monty, and Chica take to the imply streets to bust just a few heads. It’s hardly Streets of Rage 4, however it’s a enjoyable little bonus for the Five Nights trustworthy.
Five Nights at Freddy’s: Security Breach launches later this 12 months on PlayStation and PC.