If you love Five Nights at Freddy’s (Fnaf) franchisee, be aware: a lot of intriguing news are coming both for the videogame, both for Scott Cawthon‘s novel series and for the long awaited movie.
Fnaf, Custom Night is coming by the end of the month
Regarding videogame, June 29 should be launched the Custom Night for Fnaf 6, anannounced, cancelled but finally launched by Cawthon at the end of 2017 (as Freddy Fazbear’s Pizzeria Simulator), also knowns as Ultimate Custom Night or Ultimate Fnaf Mashup. Thanks to it each player can select 50 different animatronics covering all the titles of the series, in addition to being able to select a custom difficulty setting for each one.
If you manage to complete the Custom Night you will unlock the skin for the office of watchmen and even music videos based on cut scene. Since it could be the last Five Nights at Freddy’s developed by Scott Cawthon alone, there may be secret stories hidden in the plot of this non-canonical finale of a series that redefined the horror-game genre.
Cawthon completes the literary trilogy
But Cawthon also recently finished his fifth book, after the Fnaf survival longbook the Freddy Files and the first two chapter of his trilogy, The Silver Eyes and The Twisted Ones. The last chapter is called The Fourth Closet, is already sold on Amazon both in paper and for Kindle and it explains what really happened to Charlie.
Last but not least news, the Fnaf movie, which since 2015 it would have to be realized by Warner Bros, with Gil Kenan as director but which last year, as Cawthon revealed, had returned to the “starting poing”, will be produced instead by Blumhouse Productions (that in addition to having produced low budget horror movies like The Purge, Get Out and Split produced also the blockbuster Whiplash).
Blumhouse takes over from Warner for the movie
Blumhouse itself on Twitter last February welcomed, as director, Chris Columbus, known for directing the first two titles of the Harry Potter franchisee rather than Mrs. Doubtfire, Mom I Missed the Plane, Bicentennial Man and Pixels, but also for having been the screenwriter of Gremlins and the co-writer of The Goonies and Young Sherlock Holmes. Just the date in which the movie will finally be released in theatres has not yet been announced.
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