The official fanverse-made reimagining of a modern horror classic, Five Nights at Freddy’s Plus, is set to release on PC. The game was scheduled for PC on October 31, 2022; however, it’s been delayed again, and the latest release date is currently unknown. Five Nights at Freddy’s Plus will also be available on consoles and mobile devices. If you’re a big fan of the FNAF franchise and are looking for something to add to your collection, Five Nights at Freddy’s Plus is worth checking out. It’s a very exciting and suspenseful game that you’ll enjoy playing.
In addition to a new main character, Jeremy Fitzgerald, the game will also feature a number of humans from previous installments. These characters will call Jeremy at various times to give him hints on how to survive the night and discuss the location’s history. They will also appear as hidden Atari-styled minigames, providing more insight into the restaurant’s dark past. The game will also feature a puppet (voiced by Jena Rundus) haunted by the spirit of Charlotte, Henry Emily’s daughter.
What’s New in Five Nights at Freddy’s Plus?
The premise of Five Nights at Freddy’s Plus is simple: you’re a security guard in a decrepit kids’ pizza parlor who must keep a group of animatronic mascots from killing anyone inside. That means watching the cameras, making sure that the mascots can’t get into your office, and shutting doors that might allow them to get out.
Five Nights at Freddy’s Plus will feature:
- Remade visuals
- Remixed survival mechanics
- New camera animations
- Expanded secrets
- Rare events
- Loads of bonus post-game content
- A brand-new interpretation of the original story
- An actual pause menu
- A variety of user settings and GUI options.
- All-new Plus Mode
You can ward off the animatronics using lights activated with buttons on walls or a control pad or by opening the doors or vent exits that let you out of the room. Lights also warn you of incoming animatronics or allow you to see hidden rooms. Another feature of the game is a phone call from the “Phone Guy” from the first game, which can give you hints on how to survive. These calls are also a way to learn about the restaurant’s history.
There’s also a “custom night” mode where you can customize the AI of up to fifty animatronics and unlock different characters by collecting their blueprints. This is an excellent way to replay the game with different settings, and it’s great to see Phisnom trying to include some more customization features in this series remake.