5 Nights At Freddy’s turns into a beat ’em up
Unhappy information: the subsequent 5 Nights At Freddy’s Recreation, Safety Breach, has been delayed once more. Glad information: you’ll be able to as an alternative dangle with Freddy and mates in a shock new free sport – a side-scrolling beat ’em up, of all issues! Sequence creator Scot Cawthon yesterday launched Fury’s Rage, which supplies the gang a impolite ‘tude 90s makeover and pits them in opposition to punk gangs in Streets Of Rage-style violence. I do like all of the issues Cawhton does for followers.
“As you all know, Safety Breach was initially deliberate to come back out on the finish of 2020, however as we saved engaged on it and saved including to it, it simply saved getting larger and larger and wanted extra time to complete,” Cawthon mentioned on Reddit. “And now, once more, I’ve made the choice to place extra money and time into it to verify it is completed correctly, and meaning a late 2021 launch as an alternative of an early 2021 launch like I had initially needed. Will probably be price it!”
Safety Breach is a curious one. We’ll be making an attempt to outlive in a nightmarish kiddy’s play centre whereas pursued by anamatronic mascots come to life, however roaming round freely down slides and thru ball swimming pools reasonably than switching between locked viewpoints like within the unique video games. Made by Metal Wheel Studios, it is coming to PC and PlayStations.
Whereas bringing unhappy information, Cawthon added “I did not need you all to stroll away empty handed so I made one thing for the neighborhood”. That is Safety Breach: Fury’s Rage, the free beat ’em up accessible now from Recreation Jolt. Shock!
“Simply to be clear proper off the bat, this sport is known as FURY’S Rage, NOT Furry’s Rage. So simply get that straight,” Cawthon jokes on GJ. “This can be a sport about unbridled anger and hostility, GOT IT???” After all, in fact.
Scott Cawthon does a formidable quantity for Fredheads. After releasing the RPG spin-off FNaF World in 2016 to a worse reception than he’d hoped for (not even actually a foul one), Cawthon pulled the sport from sale, refunded purchases, took a month to work on it extra, then re-released it without spending a dime. He has additionally given cash to assist the event of fan-made 5 Nights video games. Good, that. I suppose this angle has, because the Fury’s Rage intro jokes about, stopped followers from burning down his home?