If you think the criticism that raises you about social when you try to advertise an article in your blog, or an app you developed or even a videogame you like are overwhelming, you have to know that Scott Cawthon, famous American indipendent game developer author of Five Night At Freddy’s (Fnaf) series has been repeatedly victim of such negativity, so that he was about to give up developing further games just before launching the first chapter of Fnaf and that maybe for this reason he could never complete the development of the expected sixth chapter.
Too much negativity, stop to Fnaf 6 developmen
Cawthon, who months ago revealed as well as the project of a movie based on the characters from the Fnaf saga was essentially back to square one, had already been subjected to very heavy criticism following the launch, last year, of Fnaf World, considered an incomplete game, not horror and “guilty” to be a spin-off of the main saga. Over the last few weeks, Scott had made the intention to launch a new chapter of the series, Fnaf 6, but in the end admitted to having given up, without specifying why but implying that it was due to the increasing pressure which he had to face during the development of each new chapter.
Better enjoy life and develop other projects
Too many criticisms, too many expectations, too much tension: at the end Cawthon, who from Fnaf earns about 2,500 dollars a day and should have earned $ 60 – $100 million in all his career, preferred to renounce a new chapter of the game to avoid putting at risk “other aspects of my life in an effort to keep up with these growing expectations”. Cawthon also pointed out that “this does not mean he wanna cease the development of games” nor even of the Fnaf franchisee, but asked all those involved in the development of the series not to disclose any kind of detail.
Movie, books and a VR release
So at the end Fnaf 6 could only be postponed, or perhaps be preceded by the development of Foxy Fighters (currently a mini game that is a spin-off of the main series), so that it becomes a well-developed game. By the way the developer will not get bored and his fans either: the movie, which is now working on the horror film maker Blumhouse Productions, should debut sooner or later at the theatres, furthermore Cawthon plans to publish in the coming months a new books and maybe a VR mode chapter of its saga.
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