New five nights at freddys
Five Nights at Freddys Series by Scott Cawthon
Five Nights at Freddy’s VR: Help Wanted is out now
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The series is centered on the story of a fictional restaurant named Freddy Fazbear's Pizza, a pastiche of restaurants such as Chuck E. Cheese's and ShowBiz Pizza Place. The first three games involve the player working as a nighttime security guard. The player must utilize several tools such as checking security cameras , while also surviving against animatronic characters, which become mobile and homicidal after hours. The fourth game, which uses different gameplay mechanics from its predecessors, takes place in the house of a child who must defend against nightmarish versions of the animatronics by closing doors and fleeing on foot. The fifth game takes place in a maintenance facility owned by a sister company of Freddy Fazbear's Pizza.
Just when you thought the Five Nights at Freddy's horror series had reached its end, here comes a new installment that'll be out soon. In addition to being the series' debut on a console, it's also the first time the series will be playable in VR, which adds a whole new spin on the standard hide-and-seek gameplay that made it such a hit. Playable with both the PlayStation move controllers and the standard DualShock, you'll be able to solve puzzles and evade the murderous animatronics--all within VR. Though the game is structurally the same and uses a lot of classic levels and returning monsters, it overhauls many encounters with the band of nightmarish animatronics from Freddy FazzBear's Pizzeria. The VR game will also include a whole suite of collectibles to find hidden in each stage. These items include plush dolls, bobbleheads, and other knick-knacks referencing the main baddies in the series. Set for release this April, Five Nights at Freddy's VR: Help Wanted seems like it'll be an interesting change of pace for the series that can use the new format to great effect.