Five Nights At Freddy’s: Even Creepier in VR
After a long period of silence, it looks like the FNaF World isn’t declining yet with the upcoming release of Five Nights at Freddy's VR: Help Wanted. Now that this renowned jump-scare masterpiece is making its move towards virtual reality, the fans have something to really get shivers down their spine about! According to the Playstation blog, even though you will play in a familiar environment, you will do it in a totally different way going through some absolutely thrilling new experiences.
FNAF Games: Back to Basics
If you’re only remotely familiar with FNAF Games, we’ll briefly get you acquainted with each part. Five Nights At Freddy's is a franchise which was launched in 2014 by the talented developer Scott Cawthon. Below, we’ll share a brief description of each game within the FNAF series.
Five Nights at Freddy's (2014)
In the game, you play as a night guard at the Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza entertainment center. Freddy Fazbear and his two buddies are the main characters. Your task is to survive there 5 nights without getting slayed by the animatronic trio of robot characters.
Five Nights at Freddy's 2 (2014)
The storyline is chronologically set prior to the events of the first FNaF game, so basically it’s a prequel to the original plot. In terms of the main theme, the storyline and your task in the game remain the same — outwitting the animatronic blood-hungry entertainers and staying alive along the way...
Five Nights at Freddy's 3 (2015)
This time, the storyline is chronologically set 30 years after the events of the very first version of FNAF. Your task as a player is the same, even though slight distinctions have been introduced. In the game, only one animatronic can attempt to kill you at the end of the game. Other animatronics from previous games are represented as ‘phantoms’. These ‘phantoms’ are unable to directly attack you, but they can easily shrink your chances of surviving until 6AM. This time the game takes place in a horror attraction dubbed Fazbear's Fright, which is built from the remnants of the former Fazbear Entertainment center.
Five Nights at Freddy's World (2016)
FNaF World is the 1st official spin-off from the FNaF series. The installment was unveiled in 2016 with a bunch of bugs and imperfections. It was removed from Steam but eventually reappeared on Gamejolt featuring a lot of bug fixes and further updates. The FNaF World game features the complete selection of characters from the series allowing you to control your all time favorite animatronic robots.
This game comes as a prequel to the second installment. In this game, the horror has followed you home. The mission remains the same: you must survive until 6AM guarding yourself from the scary already-familiar animatronic robots and something even more horrifying that lurks in the dark. In this particular game, you play as a child that has only a flashlight for protection. Creepy!
In the game, you will return to duty as a late night technician at a new location — Circus Baby's Pizza World — a futuristic circus where the traditional notion of family fun has long gone out the window. The game features a few different rooms, eight new ultra modern animatronics and several mini-adventures.
Freddy Fazbear's Pizzeria Simulator (2017)
The game is also referred to as FFPS or Five Nights at Freddy's 6. Chronologically, the game is the sequel to the 3d installment in the FNaF series. In the game, you run a pizzeria and take care of its safety.
Ultimate Custom Night (2018)
The game is the second spin-off from the FNaF series, after FNaF World. In the Ultimate Custom Night game, you once again find yourself trapped inside a building fighting off the sinister animatronic robots. The game features 50 selectable characters, and its customization features are almost limitless.
So, are you anticipating the Five Nights at Freddy's VR: Help Wanted installment already? We definitely are! Just make sure you play it with the lights on once you lay your hands on it! We’re just sayin’...
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