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Five Nights At Freddy's: Security Breach Teased During PS5 Event

The follow-up horror game was originally announced in 2019.


Five Nights at Freddy's: Security Breach, the latest in the horror franchise from Scott Cawthon, was teased with a short trailer during the PS5 event. The video featured a slow camera shot of a creepy mall location and some new characters, but didn't include much else.

The teaser showed multiple locations within the mall including a restaurant, a kitchen, a loading area with a forklift, and an '80s-inspired carnival-like area with neon lights. All the locations are a part of Freddy Fazbear’s Mega Pizza Plex, according to developer Steel Wood Studios.

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"At three stories tall, it’s the flashiest, raddest, rockingist, safest pizzeria the universe has ever seen," wrote Steel Wood Studios co-founder Andrew Dayton on the Official PlayStation Blog. "Of course, Freddy and the band are excited to meet you! Utilizing the latest in animatronic technology, you can actually party with the stars themselves. So, on your next birthday, let Freddy Fazbear’s Mega Pizza Plex make you a SUPERSTAR!"

Security Breach was originally slated for a 2020 release when it was announced in August 2019 during the franchise's fifth anniversary, although no release date was given during the short teaser today. Steel Wood Studios didn't reveal much new information about the game in the teaser or in the post on the PlayStation Blog.

Cawthon recently announced that his studio would be helping fan creators by providing funding for fan games, helping them get their games on consoles, and helping them with merchandise through the Fazbear Fanverse Initiative.

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