Five Nights at Freddy's

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Five Nights at Freddy's (FNAF) is a point and click survival horror video game developed by Scott Cawthon in 2014.

Premise[edit]

In Five Night at Freddy's, you play as the night guard working a midnight to a 6 A.M. graveyard shift. During your shift, its your job to watch the restaurant until it opens the next morning at 6 A.M. Throughout the night the animatronics, Freddy Fazbear, Bonnie the Bunny, Chica the Chicken and Foxy the Pirate Fox are in a "free roam", and are able to walk around to keep their robot "endoskeletons" from locking up. Something starts going eccentric as if the animatronics have a mind of their own, and you only have limited power and functions to survive.

Sequels and adaptations[edit]

Five sequels and two spin-offs for the game have been released:

In the credits of Freddy Fazbear's Pizzeria Simulator, Scott hinted that this would be the last installment in the series.[citation needed]

RPG spin-off[edit]

An RPG spin-off, FNaF World, was announced by Scott Cawthon on September 15, 2015.[1]

An 8-bit Halloween RPG game was released on Halloween 2015 that served as troll but playable game by Scott.

Ultimate Custom Night[edit]

Ultimate Custom Night is consider as the second game spin-off in the series. It was originally going to be added in Freddy Fazbear's Pizzeria Simulator but Scott changed it into a separate game instead.[2]

Feature film[edit]

Warner Bros. was planning a live-action movie adaptation,[3] and it was going to be directed by Gil Kenan[4]. However, later on January 31, 2017 Scott revealed that the Warner Bros movie adaptation ran into problems and the movie went "back at square one".[5] In March 2017 it revealed that Warner Bros will no longer be making the movie & Gil Kenan won't be directing it, but from a tweet by Scott revealing that Blumhouse Productions will be making the movie instead.[6] In February 2018 on Steam Scott shared the news that Chris Columbus has signed on to write, direct and produce the movie alongside with Scott Cawthon and Jason Blum.[7]

Books[edit]

In total there have been five official books made about Five Nights at Freddy's. Three of them are novels that are a separate continuity to the games, they are a re-imagining of the games' story. The other two books is one being a guidebook and the other is a activity book:

Novels:

Other:

References[edit]

  1. "FNAF World from Scott Cawthon"
  2. "End of May Update!"
  3. "Video Game 'Five Nights at Freddy's' Getting Movie Treatment (Exclusive)" - THC article by Borys Kit, dated April 7, 2015. Retrieved May 15, 2015.
  4. "Gil Kenan To Direct ‘Five Nights At Freddy’s’ For Warner Bros".
  5. "January movie news"
  6. "Tease from Creator Hints at Blumhouse Making ‘Five Nights at Freddy’s’ Movie"
  7. "Movie News!"

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