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Five Nights at Freddy's: Security Breach is the free-roaming FNaF game developed by Steel Wool Studios in collaboration with Scott Cawthon. First revealed on August 8, 2019 during the franchise's 5th anniversary, it was released on December 16th 2021 on PC and Playstation, with other console releases set to around March of 2022.

Description

Hey, kids! Do you want pizza?! Well, Fazbear Entertainment has spared no expense developing the world’s most extreme family fun center – Freddy Fazbear’s Mega Pizza Plex! At three stories tall, it’s the flashiest, raddest, rockingist, safest* pizzeria the universe has ever seen. 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!

* Disclaimer: Fazbear Entertainment cannot guarantee guest safety.

 
— Steel Wool Studios on PlayStation.Blog[1].


Characters

Humans

Animatronics

Returning Characters

Development

Pre-Release

The first teaser of Security Breach.

With the following reveal of Freddy In Space 2's production, a teaser from Scott's main website, Scottgames, showed off a piece of artwork for what would later be revealed to be Security Breach. The teaser image showcased the four Glamrocks on-stage and the layout of what was later revealed to be the Freddy Fazbear's Mega Pizzaplex, an 80's themed entertainment center. The image was revealed on FNaF's 5th anniversary, and when looking into source code from the website, a hidden conversation between two characters, presumably Vanny & Glitchtrap, could be found. The conversation reads as such:

Stay the course.
I will.
Focus on my voice.
I will.
Don't let anyone lead you astray.
I won't.
Have you selected one?
I have.

Glamrock Freddy's second teaser.

On September 29, 2019, a new teaser featuring Glamrock Freddy was shown. While the file is named 7_1.jpg, if the teaser is opened in Notepad, the text "G l a m r o c k _ F r e d _ P o s t e r" can be found, revealing the new set of animatronics will be known as the Glamrock Animatronics. "Glam Rock" is a term that refers to rock musicians in the 1970's that wore "outrageous costumes, makeup, and hairstyles". Later that same year on November 5, the teaser was updated to show Vanny's silhouette near the top of the image. Using Notepad to look through the image will show a new string of text, revealing the phrase "S h a d o w o f V a n n y.". This text was the first indicator to Vanny's true name, as it had not previously been revealed, and she was simply known as "Reluctant Follower".

On March 24, 2020, a new teaser is uploaded on Scott Games, showing a silhouette of Montgomery Gator, with the file name for the image revealing his name as simply "Montgomery" at the time.


The names of the main Glamrock animatronics and the main villain appearing on Scott Cawthon's copyright page, found pre-release.

On April 21, 2020, a leak of Funko's upcoming projects showed the names of the four Glamrocks as well as Vanny, in the respective order of Glamrock Chica, Glamrock Freddy, Montgomery Gator, Roxanne Wolf and Vanny (strangely misspelled as "Vannie").[2] It was first believed that the game would be named "Pizzaplex", which Scott deconfirmed,[3] and later on, the official title of the game was leaked to be Security Breach from a trademark government page. Once Scott had noticed this, he decided to formally reveal the game's logo on his page. Later on, another leak had surfaced, showing a prototype calendar with Glamrock Freddy, Monty and Roxanne on the cover, revealing their designs.[4]

The security guard's teaser.

On June 11 2020, a new teaser was uploaded revealing Vanessa, who at the time people assumed would be the player character. Around the same time, Scott had commented on Reddit that the development of the game was going great even if it seemed like there was a lack of progress in terms of teasers and announcements. However, he also said that the game wouldn't come out till the end of the year. Later on June 27, Funko's twitter account posted images of the upcoming action figures and mystery minis, leaking the designs of Glamrock Chica and Vanny. Scott later responded the same day saying "things will be happening very, very differently going forward".[5]

On August 6, 2020, a new poster was leaked from Trends International featuring Vanny, the unnamed female night guard and the Glamrock Animatronics. Following this, On August 7, 2020, a new teaser is uploaded on scottgames.com, featuring Vanny standing alone in front of multiple static monitors, holding a knife in her right hand. The previously leaked cover of the calendar is also updated a week later, revealing the official logo of the restaurant.

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Five Nights At Freddy's Security Breach - Teaser Trailer PS5

The first trailer on the PS5 Showcase Event.

On September 16, 2020, a teaser trailer was revealed during the PlayStation 5 Showcase event. The video shows several shots of rooms inside the mall restaurant, as well as introducing a new animatronic with a grinning crescent moon for a face (later revealed to be The Daycare Attendant). At the end, the game was announced to be a Playstation console exclusive for the first three months after its release on PC, Playstation 4, and Playstation 5.

On November 17, 2020, Scott Cawthon made an announcement stating that, due to the size of the game being much bigger than expected coupled with the complications of having to work from home during the COVID-19 pandemic, the game was being delayed from a pre-Christmas release until early 2021.[6]

Steel Wool Studios announced on January 11, 2021 that the second trailer will be released tomorrow during the GeForce RTX: Game On Broadcast. The next day, the broadcast was live and the trailer was shown, featuring some new locations and several S.T.A.F.F. Bots. However, due to fans being disappointed that no further reveals or gameplay were shown, Scott made a Reddit post to announce that the new video is more of a tech-demo than a real trailer, while confirming that the real second trailer is due in March.[7]

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Five Nights at Freddy's Security Breach - Gameplay PS5 Trailer

The gameplay trailer on Sony's State of Play.

On February 25, 2021, the second trailer for the game is publicly shown during the PlayStation State of Play livestream. The video reveals that, besides revealing some core gameplay elements, the game allows the player to walk around freely, unlike any previous installments. The video also reveals the cast of main characters, including Vanessa, all four glamrock animatronics, and The Daycare Attendant. At the end of the trailer shows a reaching arm of a new ominous animatronic.

On March 13, 2021, Dawko in his charity stream slowly reveals a total of nineteen new Security Breach screenshots. First, he uploads fourteen main screenshots to display numerous views of environments and some new locations. Dawko later went on to reveal five extra screenshots: Four screenshots display the Glamrock animatronics' home stages, while the fifth and last screenshot reveal what seems to be an underground sewer location with a severely damaged Glamrock Chica and other destroyed objects.

On April 28th, 2021, it was announced that Security Breach would be delayed until late 2021. However, on the same day to keep the fans busy until then, Security Breach Fury's Rage was released.

After months of being silent, on September 1st, Steel Wool hinted at something around their website. Now when clicking on the Security Breach logo on their website, you are taken to Security Breach TV[8], where you are met with a gif that cannot be downloaded.

Just a week later on September 7th, Security Breach TV's first video teaser appeared, in the form of an old-fashion styled cartoon ,called Freddy and Friends: On Tour, featuring the main four characters from the original FNaF[9]. When added, an image of a group of skull-like heads was show with "AlphaZ 6 Groups" in the corner. Finally, the video ended with a set of 6 glitched numbers, with the second to last one ending on a 2 while the others continued to glitch between different numbers. Many believe this may be Steel Wool's way of revealing the release date. In the following weeks, the desk would be cluttered with more and more props, as well as some props being replaced or broken, and more Freddy and Friends episodes would be shown, showcasing more glitched teasers and clips of upcoming antagonists.

On October 27th, a giant trailer released showcasing many new gameplay cutscenes, core gameplay features, and the reveal of DJ Music Man. The trailer gave the final release date of December 16th, 2021.

On December 12th, Dawko released an interview between him and Steel Wool executives, Jason Topoliski and Ray McCaffrey, confirming the following about the game:

To view contents, click the [show] tag.

  • The Pizzaplex was originally only two stories, until the design team added an extra story to the building, with Steel Wool deciding to keep the third.
    • It was also said that the location is "technically more than three stories", most likely referencing the underground areas seen in the trailer.
  • Security Breach took inspiration from every one of the older FNaF games (specifically the ones made by Scott).
    • This is partially the reason for Music Man and Helpy getting new variants in the game.
  • There are more characters that were not revealed in the trailers.
  • The 80's theme of Security Breach came from Jason's love for the 80's as that's when he had grown up.
  • The game will take place in the span of one night.
  • There will be some minigames within the Pizzaplex such as Gator Golf, Bonnie Bowling, and different arcade machines.
  • This game will be the longest FNaF game ever, spanning over at least 5 hours of gameplay.
    • This was somewhat slightly hinted at later in the interview when it was mentioned that Jason Topoliski had attempted to complete the game with all secrets found, but giving up before even getting near the end. Their gameplay time lasted over 4 and a half hours.
  • The game will have multiple paths and endings based off the player's choices and how well the player plays the game.
    • This idea was slightly inspired by the lead designer and Jason working at Telltale games before working at Steel Wool.
  • There will be bossfights in the game.
  • There will be smaller sections based off the original games, with the player hiding in an office and closing doors.
  • Multiplayer and DLC are two concepts that were thought up for the game, but (at the time of the interview) are currently nothing more than ideas and concepts.
    • Though DLC is confirmed to be more likely in the future.
  • The game was originally meant to be much smaller than the final product.
  • Security Breach will be $40 USD and will be rated Teen.
  • The scrapped Showtime mechanic in Help Wanted will return in a different form in Security Breach.
  • The game has many eastereggs, a majority of which were requested directly from Scott.
  • The game will include subtitles.
  • Developer Diaries in the form of online videos for the game's development are a possibility in the future.
  • Two final hints for the game included "Pizza Flavored Cotten Candy" and "Schematics".

Post Release

On December 16th, the game officially released, receiving mixed reviews among fans. It currently sits at a 83% Very Positive score on Steam. It later received multiple patches due to large amounts of bugs and performance issues.

On February 6th, 2022, the creator of the intro cutscene of the game released a blog on Art Station showing behind the scenes footage of the cutscene, as well as turn-arounds of the characters.[10] As well as this, the same footage and turn-arounds were posted on a different blog on Behance, with the added bonus of some untextured shots.[11]

Trivia

  • When the calendar was leaked, the game was expected to be released before 15th July 2020, as the mentioned FNaF calendar will be released on that day.
    • This was later disconfirmed after Scott revealed that it will not be released until the end of the year.
  • Security Breach showed its first trailer on a PS5 Showcase event, which is a huge event that revealed several Triple A titles such as Resident Evil 8, God of War: Ragnarok, Final Fantasy XVI and so on.
  • At the end of its trailer, the game announced that for the first three months of its release it would be exclusive to the PS4, PS5 and PC.
  • On Security Breach TV, hovering your mouse over certain areas reveal hidden messages, and the source for the website shows hidden assets not currently used on the website. [12]

References

Games
Current FNaF VR: Help WantedFNaF AR: Special Delivery
Upcoming FNaF: Security BreachAAA GameFNaF: Into Madness
Spin Offs Freddy In Space 2Security Breach Fury's Rage
Game Ports Console PortsRemastered Mobile Ports
Bundles The Fazbear FanverseFNaF: Core Collection
DLCs Help Wanted: Curse of Dreadbear
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