Five Nights at Freddy’s 4 is an indie survival horror video game developed and published by Scott Cawthon. The game is set in a child’s bedroom, where the player must avoid being attacked by nightmare reincarnations of the animatronics from the first game.
Five Nights at Freddy’s: The Final Chapter was announced in mid-2015. It was originally scheduled to launch on October 31, 2015, but was delayed to August 8, and then to July 23, when it was suddenly published on Steam. It was released on July 25, 2015, for Android devices and August 3, 2015, for iOS devices. On November 29, 2019, a Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One port was launched.
When the game was released, critics gave mixed reviews; praise focused on the game’s eerie atmosphere, while criticism focused on its mechanics. Five Nights at Freddy’s Four is the sole installment in the Five Nights at Freddy’s franchise.to lack spoken dialogue. Five Nights at Freddy’s: Sister Location was published on October 7, 2016.
Five Nights at Freddy’s 4 Plot
Between evenings, a sequence of minigames chronicles the life of a little kid who is presumed to be the player character. In the first minigame, the youngster is confined to his room with soft objects he refers to as “friends.” One of the plushes, modeled after the animatronic “Fredbear,” acts as a confidant for the youngster when he is taunted and tormented over his phobia of a family restaurant near his home. He is purposefully startled, abandoned at the restaurant, taunted by his classmates, and unwillingly trapped in the restaurant’s parts and services area in the subsequent four minigames. Two easter eggs can be discovered during the minigames; one shows the purple figure from the second and third games fitting someone into an animatronic costume momentarily, while the other shows a 1983 television programme on a screen, likely the year in which the minigames are set. There are also rumours that the restaurant’s animatronics come to life at night.
In the sixth minigame, the youngster is shown crying at a restaurant birthday party, where he is terrorised by a group of bullies wearing animatronic masks. They pull him to the real Fredbear’s lips for a “kiss,” cramming his head into the animatronic’s mouth, amused by his anxiety. Fredbear abruptly closes his mouth, crushing the boy’s head; this move horrifies the bullies, who can only look on in stunned amazement at their error. The seventh minigame depicts the youngster surrounded by his soft toys in a dark environment. One of them apologizes to the youngster, while another assures him that he will be “repaired.”  The plush toys gradually fade away, and the faint sound of a heart monitor flatlining is heard, indicating that the youngster has died.
If the screen is brightened throughout the game, objects alongside the bed refer to the child’s story. When the player turns to the left of the plush on the bed, three objects appear at various times in time: a medication bottle, an IV drip, and a vase of flowers.
If the player successfully completes the game’s “Nightmare” mode, an image of a closed metal trunk is revealed; wriggle the padlocks, and text appears stating, “Perhaps certain things are best left forgotten, for the time being.” Cawthon has remained enigmatic regarding the trunk’s significance.
Who Do We Play As In FNAF 4?
Unlike previous games of the genre, the player character is a baby in their own room rather than a security guard at a pizzeria. This infant is armed with a flashlight and remains in their crib throughout the game. The majority of the game is spent checking four distinct locations within the bedroom: a set of doors on both sides, a closet in front of the player, and a bed behind them. The gameplay of the reproduction is heavily reliant on auditory cues and sounds. The players will take on the role of a child in Five Nights at Freddy’s 4.
Who Is The Security Guard In FNAF 4?
According to several reports, the majority of the Five Nights at Freddy’s video games feature a safety guard. However, there was no Security Guard in Five Nights at Freddy’s 4. In Five Nights at Freddy’s 4, players take on the role of a child trapped in their own bedroom. Because the recreation’s plot concentrates entirely around the Child, there is no Security Guard in Five Nights at Freddy’s 4. However, there are additional Security Guards in the franchise’s various video games. They are as follows:
- Jeremy Fritzgerald
- Mike Schmidt
- Kevin Rodney
- Fritz Smith
Five Nights at Freddy’s
Five Nights at Freddy’s (FNAF) is an American media model created by Scott Cawthon. It all began with the debut of an identical online game in 2014, which has since risen in popularity throughout the world.
The core online game sequence is comprised of eight survival horror video games set in locations associated with Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza, a family-owned pizza parlor. In the majority of video games, the player takes on the role of a nighttime employee who must protect himself against violent animatronic figures by utilizing security cameras, lights, entrances, and vents.
All The Other Five Nights at Freddy’s Games
|S.No||Title of the Game||Released 12 months|
|1||Five Nights at Freddy’s||2014|
|2||Five Nights at Freddy’s 2||2014|
|3||Five Nights at Freddy’s 3||2015|
|4||Five Nights at Freddy’s 4||2015|
|5||Five Nights at Freddy’s: Sister Location||2016|
|6||Freddy Fazbear’s Pizzeria Simulator||2017|
|7||Five Nights at Freddy’s: Help Wanted||2019|
|8||Five Nights at Freddy’s: Security Breach||2021|
|S.No||Title of the Game||Released 12 months|
|2||Ultimate Custom Night||2018|
|3||Five Nights at Freddy’s: Special Delivery||2019|
|4||Freddy in Space 2||2019|
|5||Security Breach: Fury’s Rage||2021|
Who we are playing as FNAF?
Now let’s determine who the actual character is that we play in the gameplay section; there are only two persons who have received this message (that we are aware of), and they are Phone Guy and Mike Schmidt; therefore, it is most likely one of these two. (One could argue that these tapes were heard by an unnamed character following Mike’s week, but I seriously doubt Scott would place an entire game in the mind of an unnamed character.)
To ascertain who it is, let us examine these dreams. There are seven dreams, each of which concludes at 6 AM when the character awakens. Phone Guy records the night 1 call and then dies three days later, indicating that he cannot be the dreamer. Phone Guy adores these characters and has no cause to experience nightmares about them. On the other hand, Mike completes his week and departs, leaving him with all the time in the world to fantasize about these fantasies. I believe it is reasonable to suppose that he is having these dreams immediately following his week; he is traumatized by his experience at FFP and has nightmares of being in a house extremely similar to that pizzeria.
On a side note, when Matpat presented his theory about how FNaF 4 is impossible, Scott stated that he overlooked one critical detail, which I believe is the phone call. Matpat established that the bite victim would not be able to have nightmares, which means that if we are not actually playing as a child, these nightmares would have a reasonable explanation.
So now that we’ve established that we’re playing as Mike, what are the ramifications? To begin, we now know Mike saw Fredbear at some point, implying a visit to one of the previous eateries. Secondly, the presence of medical materials implies some type of relationship to the hospitalized bite victim.
Mike, in my perspective, was probably the sobbing child’s brother; the brother had seen Fredbear and has a relationship with CC, so it makes sense. I chose not to go with my father, uncle, or cousin since, while these people are very certainly real, they have not been mentioned once, and hence I do not regard them as significant as the brother.