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New FNF game installment

Five Nights at Freddy's Security Breach is a survival horror game published by ScottGames. This is the ninth main installment in the Five Nights at Freddy's series and the thirteenth game overall. The game took place after the events of Five Nights at Freddy's: Help Wanted.

Gameplaywise, Security Breach is the most unique game in the action game series. Instead of sitting in the room and watching security cameras, players will roam around the facility while evading animatronics on the map. Unfortunately, the app is also teeming with bugs and glitches. Sometimes the buttons also refuse to work.

Experience a different premise

Five Nights at Freddy's Security Breach is the latest installment of the family-friendly horror game franchise. The game follows Gregory,  a young boy who finds himself trapped after hours in Fazbear's Mega Pizza Plex. In this story, he is convinced that the security personnel are after him. The only way to survive is to find the exit. In a surprising turn of events, he goes for the titular Freddy Fazbear for help.

Aside from a different protagonist and premise, this installment also offers unique gameplay. As mentioned, the game does not confine you inside the security room. You also are not forced to conserve a limited power supply. Instead, you can roam the facility as Gregory from one location to another. However, the scary animatronics are still here, and you still have to evade them to survive.

You’ll also have to run, crouch, and hide from these animatronics. More than that, you’ll also have access to a nifty tool called Faz-Watch. This tool will let you view maps and read messages picked up from random areas on the map. You can also check security cameras for nearby danger and look at their current objectives. The Faz-Watch will come in handy in traversing the facility as each area looks vastly different from one another with no central theme.

New features and some glaring issues

Besides a different premise, Five Nights at Freddy's Security Breach also offers new features. For one, you will be able to save your progress thanks to the many save points scattered in different areas of the map. Note, however, that when the animatronics catch you, you will be forced to start over. Speaking of animatronics, some of them take a while to evade or beat. What's worse is that said animatronics often appear out of nowhere to mess you up.

Unfortunately, there are bugs and glitches in the game. Sometimes the animatronics get stuck on walls or objects while chasing you. Other times, the buttons will refuse to work for no reason at all. Additionally, the game involves a lot of backtracking. However, the most annoying technical issue you will find is the constant frame rate drop. This matter persists no matter how many times you try to tune the graphical settings.

Is the game worth it?

Five Nights at Freddy's Security Breach offers a mixed experience for fans of the franchise. It offers a new premise filled with lots of narrative surprises. It still references the older games and includes gameplay elements any survival horror fans will enjoy. However, the app is riddled with bugs and glitches that sometimes render the game unplayable. Additionally, its jumpscares are mediocre compared to the previous titles in the franchise.


  • New premise and protagonists
  • Great references to older FNF games
  • Good animatronics design
  • New gameplay


  • Tons of glitches and bugs
  • Constant frame rate drop
  • Badly designed stealth system
  • Mediocre jump scares

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