'Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister Location' News & Update: Scott Cawthon's Game Set To Arrive In Mobile? [DETAILS HERE]
Scott Cawthon's video game "Five Nights at Freddy's" is a success. This year, the "FNAF" creator and developer released the spinoff titled "Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister Location," which according to reports will soon be available to mobile gamers.
Most of the people today have mobile phones. For "FNAF" fans, your favorite horror-survival game will soon dominate iOS and Android phone as it is set for a mobile release soon.
According to the Bitbag, Scott Cawthon already confirmed that the mobile version of "FNAF: Sister Location" is already in the works. Prior to this, iDigital Times reported that a mobile version is possible after Cawthon released the title for PC.
One fan asked about the mobile version and Cawthon gave a straightforward response. "Yes, I will release it for mobile. I want to finish working on the Custom Night update first," Scott Cawthon said. Thus, "Five Nights at Freddy's" could be a tight competitor against the already popular mobile games like "Clash of Clans" and "Pokemon Go."
News Everyday previously reported that the "Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister Location" DLC titled "Custom Night" was released early this month. The update was released automatically and for free. Since the said update is out, the "FNAF" mobile version is probably in the works today.
However, some think that a mobile version for "FNAF: Sister Location" is not possible. For instance, the precise clicking in the gameplay, the faceplate trigger and the keypad segment will surely make the mobile version challenging.
But there are no bounds as to what the developers can deliver. If Scott Cawthon can develop this, why not? Also, many want to play the game on their mobile phones. So, many are waiting for the "FNAF" spinoff mobile version.
As for the fate of "Five Nights at Freddy's," fans are divided if there are more games or if it is the last. In this thread, Grammor Police things that the spinoff is the last. However, JW12345 (Exotic Butters) thinks otherwise and shares a potential list of the next "Five Nights at Freddy's" titles.
Is Scott Cawthon ending the "Five Nights at Freddy's" franchise? Do you want more "FNAF" games and do you want to play it on mobile? Share your thoughts on the comment section below.