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Five Nights at Freddy's Virtual Reality: Help Wanted

Name

Five Nights at Freddy's - Virtual Reality: Help Wanted.

Other Name(s)

FNaF VR
Five Nights at Freddy's VR
Five Nights at Freddy's VR: Help Wanted
Five Nights at Freddy's: Help Wanted
FNaF Help Wanted
Five Nights at Freddy's: HW

Release date

May 28th, 2019 (Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and Playstation VR)

December 17th, 2020 (PC and PS4; Non-VR Debut)
May 21st, 2020 (Nintendo Switch)
July 16th, 2020 (Oculus Quest)
October 26th, 2020 (Android)
October 27th, 2020 (iOS)
October 30th, 2020 (Xbox One)

Genre

Virtual Reality

Survival Horror

Platform(s)

PC

PS4
Nintendo Switch
Xbox One
Oculus Quest

Android (Separate, mock "beta version")
iOS (Separate, mock "beta version")

Price

$29.99 (Actual game)

$9.99 (Curse of Dreadbear DLC)$4.99 (Mobile (Beta))

Series

Five Nights at Freddy's

Date in Timeline

Somewhere between 2027 and 2029

Five Nights at Freddy's VR: Help Wanted, is a virtual-reality Five Nights at Freddy's game that was under production by Steel Wool and Scott Cawthon, first announced on August 19th, 2018 and released on May 28, 2019.

Story

The games is set in a VR game commissioned by the Fazbear corporation in order to clear their name. After the game was sent to another company to be finished, the previous development team left clues behind in order to defeat a mysterious figure.

Gameplay Segments

  • Five Nights at Freddy's (Fnaf 1)
  • Five Nights at Freddy's (Fnaf 2)
  • Five Nights at Freddy's (Fnaf 3)
  • Dark Rooms: Some parts resemble past Five Night's at Freddy's games.
    • Similar to Night 3 in Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister Location, the player will be in the dark with Funtime Foxy. This section has been greatly improved from Sister Location's version and has play testers hesitant to test it again after playing due to how scary it seems to be.
    • There are also recreations of Fun with Plushtrap and Nightmare B.B.
    • You will also have to shine your light at the Plushbabies at what seems to be the FNAF 2 prize corner.
  • Parts and Service: Repairing Freddy, Bonnie, Chica, and Foxy. This sequence can involve reaching inside their chest cavities, pulling their faces off, and removing their eyeballs, for example.
  • Vent Repair: You will be repairing vents in an area similar to Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister Location.
  • Night Terrors: Some parts resemble past Five Nights at Freddy's games.
    • You will have to face Nightmare Fredbear, Funtime Freddy, and (the creepiest) Nightmarionne.
    • Hiding in the Closet from Five Nights at Freddy's 4, while Baby lurks outside.

Curse of Dreadbear

Curse of Dreadbear is a Halloween-themed DLC mode for the game. It takes place at Fallfest 83. Along with the Nightmare Animatronics. the DLC contains some new faces, Dreadbear and Grimm Foxy.

Gameplay segments

  • Afraid of the Dark
    • In this mode, you will once again face off against the Plushbabies, but also ride Foxy's Pirate Adventure, shooting buttons to collect points, and take a trip through Grim Foxy's Corn Maze.
  • Spooky Mansion
    • Similar to Ballora's Gallery from Sister Location, you must crawl through a hallway filled with the Nightmare animatronics. They all attack from the same sides as the original game; When Foxy is visible, don't move. Stay away from the doors, and Bonnie or Chica won't attack. Freddy slowly creeps up from behind.
    • Other modes include Build a Mangle, Trick or Treat, and Dreadbear.
      • In Trick or Treat, you must knock on the door, and watch which Withered animatronic answers the door. Wear the correct mask.
  • Danger Keep Out
    • Danger Keep Out is a recreation of Five Nights at Freddy's 1, replacing the original four with the Halloween-themed Nightmare equivalent. Flash them with your light to send them back to the start; Dreadbear is merely stunned. Don't let them break in.

Non VR mode

The non-VR mode was announced on December 13, 2019 and released on December 17, 2019. This update includes a flat mode and upgraded graphics, with no virtual-reality sets required. The version also includes some new Easter Eggs and a loading screen.

Trivia

  • On March 11th, 2019 when the teaser was uploaded on Scottgames, fans soon realized that half of the animatronics from the teaser art were questionably traced from fan-made renders (noticeably Funtime Foxy and Spring Bonnie). A few hours later, Scott took the teaser down and sent an apology and revealed some gameplay details about Help Wanted.
    • The teaser contained hidden messages, as well as links to secret teasers.
      • The Hidden messages were:
Don't listen to them.
We let something inside.
  • The picture of the unknown animatronic from the hidden teasers seems to be taken on an iPhone implying this is a prop made for the movie.
  • As of the Curse of Dreadbear DLC, the only nightmares to not make it into the game are Nightmare himself and Nightmare Mangle.

Characters Introduced

Animatronics

Glitchtrap

Dreadbear

PlushBaby

Grim Foxy

Humans

Jeremy

Tape Girl

Vanny

Gallery

Teasers

Help Wanted teaser

The original teaser on Scottgames, a portion of the actual cover, before it was taken down.

HwSpringbonnie

A variation of the cover art included on Steel Wool's Twitter, including Spring Bonnie in place of Nightmarionne. Interestingly, the Spring Bonnie render was traced from Popgoes Memories.

Hidden teasers

Screenshots

Playstation screenshots

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FNaFVRPlushBabys
FNaFVRNightmare Fredbear
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Five Nights at Freddy's: Help Wanted

2019 virtual reality survival horror video game

2019 video game

Five Nights at Freddy's: Help Wanted is a 2019 virtual realitysurvival horrorvideo game developed by Steel Wool Studios and published by Lionsgate Games and ScottGames for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, iOS, and Android. The game is the eighth installment in the Five Nights at Freddy's series (ninth game overall), following Ultimate Custom Night (2018), and presents itself as "The Freddy Fazbear Virtual Experience", produced for the fictitious corporative entity Fazbear Entertainment to help improve its public image after a series of debilitating lawsuits, following several incidents and disasters that allegedly occurred at their various locations.

Gameplay is presented from the first-person perspective and focuses on a series of minigames based on previous games in the series, in which the player must evade attacks from sentient animatronics. The game's canon establishes that Fazbear Entertainment hired an unnamed indie developer to create a video game series based on the events of the previous seven games, before cutting ties with him, and commissioned a virtual reality game meant to make light of the rumors and convince players that those events were completely fictitious.[1]

Development of Five Nights at Freddy's: Help Wanted, the first licensed game by Steel Wool Studios, began in 2018 and took less than a year. The game design took inspiration from the history of Five Nights at Freddy's across all media but Scott Cawthon and Steel Wool Studios wanted to tell an original story that was not linked to an existing property, creating a unique universe that has since appeared in Five Nights at Freddy's: Special Delivery and Five Nights at Freddy's: Security Breach.

First announced in August 2018, the game was released on May 28, 2019 for HTC Vive and Oculus Rift headsets on Microsoft Windows, and PlayStation VR headsets on PlayStation 4.[2] A non-VR version of the game was released for Microsoft Windows and PlayStation 4 on December 17, 2019. A Nintendo Switch port was released on May 21, 2020. An Oculus Quest port was released on July 16, 2020. An Android port was released on October 26, 2020 and an iOS port was released the following day. An Xbox One port was then released three days later. The game received generally positive reviews from critics, who praised it for its narrative, content, voice performance, and original soundtrack. [3] and is among the top selling virtual reality games on Steam. Downloadable content, Curse of Dreadbear, was released on October 23, 2019. [4] A sequel, Five Nights at Freddy's: Special Delivery, was released on November 25, 2019 for Android and iOS.

Gameplay[edit]

The game contains forty playable minigames, which can be accessed from the game's hub. Many of these minigames recreate the mechanics of the previous games in the series, with their controls adapted to be better suited for a 3D virtual environment. The minigames are divided into groups by game of origin, and sorted by increasing difficulty.[5] In all minigames, losing results in a jumpscare.[6]

The original Five Nights at Freddy's inspires five minigames that recreate each of the game's five nights (levels). Situated in a security guard's office, the player must survive a full night shift by conserving power and avoiding attacks from four animatronics, which can be observed through security cameras. All visuals of the game are updated from 2D renders to 3D models, and all buttons and controls are laid out around the 3D office for the player to physically interact with.[7] For example, the camera feed, which previously obscured the player's entire screen, is displayed on a monitor on the player's desk. Five Nights at Freddy's 2 and Five Nights at Freddy's 3 are adapted in a similar manner, with updated visuals and concrete UI.[6]

Five Nights at Freddy's 4 inspires six minigames. The Night Terrors minigames adapt the gameplay of its main levels, in which the player must ward off animatronics from entering their bedroom by strategically opening and closing the doors. Some of these minigames allow the player to move by "teleporting" to different locations within view, a common VR locomotion method. The first level features Funtime Freddy, the second level features Nightmarionne, the third level features Circus Baby, and the fourth level features Nightmare Fredbear. [8] The original game's "Fun with Plushtrap" and "Fun with Balloon Boy" minigames are adapted as Dark Rooms minigames, in which the player must use a flashlight to locate the animatronic around an unlit area.[6]

Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister Location inspires nine minigames. The Parts & Service minigames require the player to perform maintenance on animatronics by opening compartments and swapping parts around their bodies, this time around done on Bonnie, Chica, Freddy, and Foxy. Vent Repair takes place in a maintenance shaft, in which the player must solve puzzles by flipping levers and pressing buttons while repelling animatronics with a headlamp, mainly Mangle and Ennard.[6] One Dark Rooms game, featuring Funtime Foxy, is also adapted from Sister Location.

Winning each minigame in normal difficulty unlocks its counterpart in Blacklight Mode, an advanced difficulty mode that adds visual and/or auditory distractions to each game (e.g. balloons floating around the room, loud music playing, et cetera). Winning all minigames in both difficulty modes unlocks one final minigame, Pizza Party. Unlike the other minigames, Pizza Party is a maze which utilizes teleporting movement, similar to Night Terrors and featuring items from various levels along with many of the animatronics in the game in some rooms.

Collectible coins and cassette tapes are hidden throughout the various minigames. Collecting coins unlocks virtual toys that can be played with at the in-game Prize Counter, while collecting tapes unlocks audio logs that the player can listen to.[1][5]

Synopsis[edit]

Fazbear Entertainment has become very unpopular due to several incidents and disasters that allegedly occurred at their various locations over the years (the events of the seven previous games), which have been established as urban legends. This problem is aggravated by a horror video game series based on the legends, created by an unnamed indie developer.[1] In an attempt to overturn the bad reputation these rumors gave the company, Fazbear Entertainment commissioned the "Freddy Fazbear Virtual Experience", a virtual reality game meant to make light of the rumors and convince players that those events were completely fictitious. However, this narrative is contradicted by sixteen cassette tapes hidden throughout the game, which contain logs recorded by one of the game's developers.[1]

Meant as a warning for future players, the tapes expose a lawsuit happening during the game's development, involving an incident with a past employee, Jeremy, that put the game's completion in jeopardy. In addition, the tapes reveal that Fazbear Entertainment hired an unnamed indie developer to create the video game series based on the alleged legends, before cutting ties with him; the games were part of an elaborate ploy to discredit the rumors surrounding the company.[1] Most importantly, the tapes warn of a malicious code that was uploaded to the game from an old animatronic's circuit board. This code takes the form of a sinister character known as Glitchtrap, who appears as a humanoid in a rabbit costume. Glitchtrap is ultimately revealed to be the digital ghost of William Afton, who is attempting to escape from the game by merging with the player's avatar. It is implied that the circuit board containing the code was acquired from the remains of Scraptrap, who was possessed by Afton.

Five Nights at Freddy's: Help Wanted contains three endings, depending on the player's choice:

  1. Upon completing all thirty-nine levels and playing the final level "Pizza Party", the player will enter a dark room with animatronics and a tape. Glitchtrap will appear and gesture for the player to follow him behind a curtain. After doing so, the player will appear on a stage while a show starts, implying they "became" an animatronic and are now trapped in the game while Glitchtrap is seen dancing gleefully in the background.
  2. If the player follows the tapes' instructions, they will be taken to a room with handprints and scratches all over it. Glitchtrap will appear on the other side of a door, shushing the player before backing up into the darkness. After this, the player will receive a Glitchtrap plush. Upon completing the secret ending of the Corn Maze, where they receive a rabbit mask, putting on the mask and grabbing the plush triggers a new conversation between the player and the plush. The player, who is revealed to be a woman named Vanny, a beta tester of the game, tells the plush that no one suspects anything, assuring him that she won't let him down. This implies that despite the fact that he was stopped and temporarily sealed in the plushie, Glitchtrap had managed to transfer himself into Vanny's mind.
  3. If the player fails to follow the tapes' instructions, they and Glitchtrap will body-swap, with the player being in Glitchtrap's place.

After the non-VR version was released, there was a door in a level that leads to a snowy Christmas tree farm. In the distance, there is a silhouette of a large building being built, with a billboard that said now hiring. This was later revealed to be a teaser for Five Nights at Freddy's: Security Breach, which takes place in a newly built, 80's-style shopping mall.

Development[edit]

On August 19, 2018, Five Nights at Freddy's creator Scott Cawthon confirmed on his Steam thread that he would be making a Five Nights at Freddy'svirtual reality game in collaboration with an unspecified studio.[9] On March 25, 2019, during Sony Interactive Entertainment's State of Play live stream, announcing several new games coming to the PlayStation 4, a trailer announcing the game was shown, and the developer was confirmed to be Steel Wool Studios.[10] The game debuted publicly at PAX East from March 28 to March 31, 2019,[11] and was available at subsequent PSVR demonstrations before its release.[12]

Five Nights at Freddy's creator Scott Cawthon initially approached Steel Wool Studios with the idea of recreating the original Five Nights at Freddy's in virtual reality. He liked the studio's first proof-of-concept so much that he expanded his initial plan to cover all of the previous Five Nights games. Many aspects of Cawthon's character designs had to be updated to look convincing and remain scary in a 3D environment, including their movements and finer details.[13]

Music[edit]

Leon Riskin returned to compose the musical score for Five Nights at Freddy's: Help Wanted after composing Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister Location, Freddy Fazbear's Pizzeria Simulator, and Ultimate Custom Night.

Release[edit]

First announced in August 2018, the game was released on May 28, 2019 for Oculus Rift and HTC Vive headsets on Microsoft Windows, and PlayStation VR headsets on PlayStation 4.[14] A non-VR version of the game was released for Microsoft Windows and PlayStation 4 on December 17, 2019. A Nintendo Switch port was released on May 21, 2020. An Oculus Quest port was released on July 16, 2020. An Android port was released on October 26, 2020 and an iOS port was released the following day. An Xbox One port was then released three days later. The game is also among the top selling virtual reality games on Steam.[3]

Tie-in media and merchandise[edit]

Prior to the release of Five Nights at Freddy's: Help Wanted, Funko released a wave of merchandise for the Blacklight animatronics, including pen toppers, mystery minis, keychain plushies, action figures, mini-figures, vinyl figures, and cereal boxes. Three construction sets by McFarlane, Parts and Services, Upper Vent Repair, and Corn Maze are set to release in 2021. Three action figures by Funko, Glitchtrap, Dreadbear, and Grimm Foxy are set to release in 2021, along with plushies for Dreadbear and Grimm Foxy.

Downloadable content[edit]

Curse of Dreadbear is a Halloween-themed downloadable content pack for Five Nights at Freddy's: Help Wanted. The DLC was released in three parts, with several "waves" of new minigames released on October 23, October 29, and October 31, 2019, for a total of 10.[15] The DLC pack includes new animatronic characters, returning animatronics from previous games, and a Halloween-themed hub.[16] Some of the new stages are re-skinned versions of existent minigames, such as a version of the FNAF 1 minigames called Danger! Keep Out! Notable new game modes include a shooting gallery similar to Walt Disney World's Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin, a free-roaming corn maze, and an assembly line in which the player must construct an animatronic. Curse of Dreadbear was released on all platforms except for the mobile, and Xbox One ports. The DLC was later released on the Oculus Quest version of the game in December 2020.[17]

Reception[edit]

Reception

The game was met with positive reviews from critics, holding a score of 80 out of 100 on Metacritic.[24] Reviewers praised the game for its effective use of virtual reality and its success in introducing new mechanics while preserving the series' feel and atmosphere, while being accessible for players new to the series. However, the game's frequent use of jump scares could make it less scary and more obnoxious over time for some players.[3][25][26]

The game is listed as one of PlayStation's "Favorite Horror Games of 2019"[27] and is one of the top 30 best selling VR games on Steam.[4]

The game was nominated for the Coney Island Dreamland Award for Best AR/VR Game at the New York Game Awards.[28]

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External links[edit]

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Five Nights at Freddy's: Help Wanted

Available now

Five Nights at Freddy’s: Help Wanted is a collection of classic and original mini-games set in the Five Nights universe. Survive terrifying encounters with your favorite killer animatronics in a collection of new and classic FIVE NIGHTS AT FREDDY’S™ experiences. “Where fantasy and fun come to life!”

YOU’RE HIRED - Time to get your hands dirty. Repair claustrophobic ventilation systems, troubleshoot broken animatronics that could activate at any moment, or spend your evenings cowering in the nighttime security guard office.

CELEBRATE - Confront your favorite killer animatronics including; Freddy, Bonnie, Chica, Foxy, Springtrap, The Mangle, Funtime Foxy, and Circus Baby.

FUN FUN PRIZES - Toys, Plushies, Bobbleheads, and candy candy candy! Earn super fun prizes you can play with at the interactive Prize Counter! Collect well hidden Faz-Tokens to unlock even more rare collectibles for more SUPER FUN FUN FUN.

PIZZA PARTY - Scenes from classic titles have been updated and remade for a fully immersive experience including; Five Nights at Freddy’s, Five Nights at Freddy’s 2, Five Nights at Freddy’s 3, Five Nights at Freddy’s 4, and Five Nights at Freddy’s: Sister Location.

Release date:
May 21, 2020

Players:
1 player

Genre:
Action, Puzzle, Other

Publisher:
Steel Wool Games

Developer:
Steel Wool Studios

Game file size:
13.3 GB

Supported Languages:
Japanese, French, German, Spanish, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Chinese, English

Supported Play Modes:
TV mode

TV mode

Tabletop mode

Tabletop mode

Handheld mode

Handheld mode

Software compatibility and play experience may differ on Nintendo Switch Lite. Additional accessories may be required (sold separately). See support for details.

ESRB Rating:

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Game and DLC bundle

A Nintendo Switch Online membership (sold separately) is required for Save Data Cloud backup.

© 2019 Scott Cawthon. Five Nights at Freddy's; Five Nights at Freddy's VR; Five Nights at Freddy's VR: Help Wanted; Five Nights at Freddy's: Help Wanted and related logos are registered trademarks or trademarks of Scott Cawthon in the United States and/or other countries. All Rights Reserved.
© 2019 Scott Cawthon. Five Nights at Freddy's; Five Nights at Freddy's VR; Five Nights at Freddy's VR: Help Wanted; Five Nights at Freddy's: Help Wanted and related logos are registered trademarks or trademarks of Scott Cawthon in the United States and/or other countries. All Rights Reserved.

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Five Nights at Freddy's: Help Wanted - Part 8

Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister Location is the fifth game in Scott Cawthon's Five Nights at Freddy's survival-horror series. Whereas the previous four games play similarly, Sister Location changes things up quite a bit.

For starters, there are new animatronics to contend with, including a clown-like horror called Circus Baby, who actually debuted in Five Nights at Freddy's (FNAF) World. She's more human-looking than good ol' Freddy Fazbear, but unfortunately, her "mercy" reserves are still running a bit low.

Not everything is exactly how it seems, however. Yes, you'll die over and over in Circus Baby's company, but there's something stirring just below her cold plastic surface that indicates her motivations are not entirely malignant. As is the case with most Five Nights at Freddy's games, the animatronics' reasons for being hostile can't simply be attributed to a thirst for blood.

That doesn't mean you won't get skinned if you fail to tread carefully around Circus Baby and her friends, however. They're all very irate.

Sister Location: Not the Same Old Pizza

There are two major differences between Sister Location and the previous FNAF games. One, Sister Location grants you a limited range of movement. You're not locked into a single room; you can crawl between parts of the underground bunker you work out of.

Second, and more notably, Sister location doesn't have you repeat the same task night after night. Instead, each night tasks you with a new challenge you must complete (and survive through).

Also, much of the game's unsettling atmosphere is delivered via psychological cat-and-mouse with the player. There's a lot of voice acting in Sister Location, and each character has a different account of previous events that transpired, and why you should trust / help them rather than listen to the other characters talking to you.

Scott Cawthon admitted he wanted to take some extra time to polish Sister Location, and it looks like the FNAF series has seen some welcome improvement as a consequence. These games still aren't for everyone – there are still plenty of jump scares, and Lord knows the plot's near-indecipherable, especially if you're not familiar with FNAF lore to date – but the extra effort Scott put into Sister Location definitely shows.

You just need to survive long enough to appreciate it all.

Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister Location Employee Survival Guide

-Your first night in Sister Location is a gimmie. HandUnit introduces you to the animatronics, and teaches you the basics of moving around. You'll have to give each animatronic a shock, which surely endears them to you. Then your shift's over. Don't get comfortable; the rest of the game isn't nearly this simple.

-The second night tasks you with hiding under a desk, and keeping the door closed against Baby's tiny terrors, the BidyBabs. Keep the hiding spot closed securely by holding the mouse button and pulling on the indicated spot. Make sure your mouse doesn't travel outside said spot. Then you have to walk through Ballora's auditorium to reboot the power grid. Go slowly, and listen to her music for cues as per Baby's advice. When rebooting the power grid, lower the monitor when the Danger notification gets too high.

-The third night has you fixing animatronics. Use the flash beacon on the way to Freddy and Bonnie. Press the buttons as instructed (Bonnie is a slippery devil, so act quickly with him). Use the flash beacon again to get back through Foxy's territory. If you catch her in a flash, stay still for a bit.

-During the fourth night, you have to survive against an onslaught of Minireenas while trapped inside a Springtrap suit. It's difficult! That's why we have a guide to help you through night four of Sister Location.

-Night five is quite straightforward, but how you complete it depends on whether or not you want to uncover Sister Location's secret room and real ending.

By the way – if you're looking to discover Sister Location's secret ending, you'll want to know how to beat Circus Baby's cupcake mini-game.

Sours: https://www.usgamer.net/articles/five-nights-at-freddys-sister-location-guide-tips-and-walkthrough-2

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