Five Nights at Freddy's: Security Breach Review


Five Nights at Freddy's: Security Breach Review

The Five Nights at Freddy's series has changed greatly over the years, with creator Scott Cawthon trying out new ways to scare players across the franchise. The games - along with book releases - have weaved a complex web of lore for the series, one that's fascinated players beyond just the scenes shown in the games. The horror franchise has spawned multiple sequels and spin-offs, with eight games in the main series and five spin-off titles. FNAF: Security Breach is the biggest pivot from the series formula to date, barring the controversial FNAF World RPG, giving players the chance to explore the FNAF game world as a AAA horror.

Security Breach took a different approach from the previous main installments of the series. It did not take place over five nights, but one night spanning from 11:30 to 6 – though your choice at the end determines whether there is more to play.



The main character, a young child named Gregory, is trapped within a large shopping mall and must make it until the doors open in the morning. The mall also serves as the largest setting for a Five Nights game. There are not only multiple floors of the main mall, but you will also find yourself beneath the mall at times.

For fans of horror and survival games like this, or those of the series, it’s sure to hit all those spots – though it is decidedly less violent than others in the genre. The animatronics are just creepy enough in their appearance, and the jump scares do make you jump nearly every time. The music is fitting, and the voice acting was done well.

The macro storyline of children disappearing and all of the issues with the mall and Freddy Fazbear and his pals – revealed through various collectible messages throughout the game – is also fascinating. The security guard, Vanessa, reveals that there’s no history of Gregory being a customer, so how did he end up in the mall?



The only real negative in terms of gameplay will come in the form of personal frustration, usually from a lack of patience. The cameras are critical to your success, and sprinting everywhere is more likely to lead to capture than success.

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