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New Five Nights At Freddy’s 4 Trailer Jumps Out Of The Shadows

The full trailer for the fourth Five Nights at Freddy’s game has landed online and it’s promising more more of the same jump scare, scream at your computer, thrills that have made the previous games so popular.

What’s more, it’s also been announced that the game will be arriving early so fans won’t have to wait until Halloween to get their fix. The game will be released on August 8th, the one year anniversary of the original Five Nights at Freddy’s. Developer Scott Cawthon has instead said that a free update with additional content will arrive on October 31st.

The Five Nights games have become so popular that it’s difficult to believe it’s only been a year since the first game launched. A film version of Five Nights at Freddy’s is also planned making the franchise evolution even more fascinating. The game made YouTube videos of people playing the game as popular as the game itself thanks to its focus on jump scares as watching people fly out of their seats apparently never gets old.  Check out the trailer below.

Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza is a Chuck E. Cheese like establishment where the anamatronic animals have a tendency to walk around on their own at night and kill you. In the first two games the player takes the role of a night security guard who attempts to not get murdered. In the third game you are an employee of Fazbear’s Fright, a haunted house like attraction based on the grizzly aspects of the previous games. We only have the trailer to go on to know what’s going on in the final Five Nights game, but it looks to take place in the main character’s home, which is apparently full of murderous animatroics because reasons.

Fans of the game have less then a month to wait before Five Nights 4 hits Steam. The rest of us will just start hiding under our desks now.

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