Over the course of almost a decade, the Five Nights at Freddy’s franchise has built up a rich and complicated backstory that keeps fans interested.
Since its first game came out in 2014, the Five Nights at Freddy’s franchise has gained a huge number of loyal fans, and it’s easy to see why. The franchise has grown a lot in complexity and story over the years. At first, fans liked it because it was so different and its gameplay seemed so simple.
Five Nights at Freddy’s has a lot of interesting and detailed backstory about all of its characters and events, which might be one of the things that makes it so appealing right now. The lore of FNAF is spread out over a lot of mainline games and a lot of spin-off games, so someone who is new to the franchise may find it hard to keep up.
Five Nights at Freddy’s was first.
In 2014, the first Five Nights at Freddy’s game was launched. It quickly became one of the best survival horror games because of how tense and scary it was to play. In the game, the player controls a security guard who works the night shift at Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza, which is said to be haunted by life-size animatronics that come to life at night and roam the building.
The pizzeria is in bad shape because of all the bad things that have happened there, like when a man named William Afton took five children and probably killed them. There was a rumour that the victims’ bodies were put inside the pizzeria’s Freddy, Bonnie, Chica, and Foxy mascots. This led to a large number of people not going to the business, which directly led to its demise.
When the main character watches the animatronics at night with security cameras, it quickly becomes clear that these rumours are true. The mascots are free to move around the facility and are getting closer and closer to where the player is. The only way for the player to make it through the long time in the facility is to control the power to the doors and lights and make sure that none of the possessed animatronics can get close enough to kill them.
Five Nights at Freddy’s 2: The Final Chapter
Five Nights at Freddy’s 2 came out in 2014, not long after the first game.Prior to the events of the first game, its tale takes place. The game takes place in a different location of the same chain of restaurants. It has a lot of the same animatronics from the first game as well as a lot of new ones, like Balloon Boy, who doesn’t do much.
At first, the original animatronics from the first game are kept in the restaurant as backup suits. At night, however, they join their newer counterparts in roaming the facility. In the original FNAF game, the murder of five children was investigated. In the second game, the story is told through mini-games in the style of Atari. For most of the story, the person who did these crimes is shown as a shady purple figure with a thin face. This gives him the name “Purple Guy.” After the new animatronics in the title showed that they wanted to kill people, they were taken out of service so that the first game’s classic characters could take over.
Five Nights at Freddy’s 3: The Final Chapter
The third mainline game in the FNAF series moved the story and lore of the series forward a lot. It was set 30 years after the events of the first game. This game takes place in a new place called Fazbear’s Fright, which is a horror attraction based on scary urban legends about the restaurant chain.
Once again, the player takes on the role of a security guard working the night shift at the location, and deadly paranormal events are a big part of the core gameplay. The most important story in FNAF 3 comes from Springtrap, a brand-new animatronic that has never been seen before. Mini-games like the ones in FNAF 2 show that Springtrap was made by the killer William Afton, or Purple Guy, who hid from the ghosts of his victims in an empty rabbit-shaped animatronic suit. Since the suit is broken and Afton is stuck inside, it seems like his spirit is still there.
Fourteen: The End of Five Nights at Freddy’s
Five Nights at Freddy’s 4 is one of the most unusual games in the series because it takes place in a child’s room instead of the usual security office in a building. As soon as the player takes control of the child, it becomes clear that the main character is terrified of the animatronics at Freddy Fazbear’s Pizzeria. This shows that the game takes place before the first one.
The story of the game is about the infamous “Bite of ’83,” in which a child was killed when one of the animatronics at the facility broke. It turns out that the main character of the game is being picked on by his friends and brothers because he has an irrational fear of the characters in the pizzeria. During a birthday party at the location, his head was shoved into the mouth of one of the animatronics. His tears caused a technical error that made the animatronic bite down, killing the boy.
Five Nights at Freddy’s Games That Came After
After FNAF 4, a lot of other games have come out in the FNAF universe, but they don’t have the same titles as the previous games. In the game Sister Location, it was said that Five Nights at Freddy’s animatronics were made by William Afton, and that his daughter’s soul was in a smaller animatronic called Circus Baby, which was made before the Fazbear restaurant chain opened.
In Freddy Fazbear’s Pizzeria Simulator, the player is in charge of Michael Afton, who is William Afton’s son. The franchise’s animatronics are now so broken down that they barely work and have been rebuilt from scraps of their former selves. The title shows that Springtrap survived the events of FNAF 3, and he is now known as Scraptrap.
The most recent game, Five Nights at Freddy’s: Security Breach, lets players move around freely and only takes place over one night. This brings fans up to date on the story of the series. Security Breach shows that a whole mall has been made for the Freddy Fazbear series. The player controls a boy named Gregory who works with a new, friendly Freddy to get through the mall’s animatronics that have been programmed to be dangerous. With the game ending with a return to the ruins of the original pizzeria and the reveal that Afton’s spirit lives on as the even scarier “Burntrap,” it’s clear that the Five Nights at Freddy’s story isn’t over yet.