Five Nights At Freddy’s 1-4 Releases On Consoles November 29th

The PC and mobile sensation finally comes to consoles.

Posted By | On 28th, Nov. 2019

Five Nights at Freddys

It’s hard to believe that the Five Nights at Freddy’s sensation has been ongoing now for several years. It seems like only yesterday when the first game was a streaming sensation. Time sure does get away from you, huh? Well, the multitude of games in the franchise have stayed in the realm of PC and mobile ecosystems, but now they’ll finally make their way to consoles.

As announced by developer Clickteam, the games will finally make their console debut later this week. Five Nights at Freddy’s 1-4 will all come on the 29th. The games follow a security guard who watches over Freddy Fazbear’s pizza and must survive for five nights as aging animatronic robots begin stalking you as you monitor cameras. Each game brings a new chapter to the strange saga of Freddy’s.

All four Five Nights at Freddy’s games will be available digitally for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Switch on November 29th for $7.99 USD.


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