Sony Broadcasts 5 Nights at Freddy’s VR: Assist Wished



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Are you prepared for extra horror at Freddy’s?

Sony introduced 5 Nights at Freddy’s VR: Assist Wished throughout PlayStation’s State of Play stay stream Monday.

The horrifying fan sequence will probably be again in full VR expertise for PSVR. Gamers will try to survive in each unique ranges, together with model new ones.

5 Nights at Freddy’s is a survival-horror sport the place the unique 2014 sport centered on gamers surviving by means of 5 nights in Freddy Fazbears Pizzeria. The franchise has had six major titles, with quite a few spinoffs and different media.

Within the new PSVR model, gamers will reportedly maintain the position of a technician who’s tasked with repairing animatronics. The sport is in first-person perspective, and gamers have to navigate by means of darkish hallways and resolve puzzles whereas staying alive from any terrifying and malicious animatronics.

Sony stated the sport will probably be coming someday in Spring 2019.

Creator of the franchise, Scott Cawthon, obtained hate feedback again in 2015 with reference to his fourth installment within the sequence. He responded to followers saying he did his finest, “to supply some good scares and an excellent story.”

We came upon final November that a 5 Nights at Freddy’s movie that was at present within the works, had its script tossed out resulting from inventive variations with Cawthorn, producer Jason Blum and director Chris Columbus.

Cawthon acknowledged, “It’s been an actual problem for everybody, together with myself, to give you an excellent screenplay for this. However I’m decided to search out the precise story. I’m sticking to what I’ve at all times stated, both the precise film will get made or no film will get made.”

Keep tuned to IGN for when the discharge date of 5 Nights at Freddy’s VR: Assist Wished is introduced, and tell us within the feedback if you happen to’ll be choosing up this new installment within the FNAF world.

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Jessie Wade is a information author at IGN. Chat together with her on Twitter @jessieannwade.

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