Is There Going To Be A New FIVE NIGHT AT FREDDY'S?

Is There Going To Be A New FIVE NIGHT AT FREDDY'S?

Fans of the Five Nights at Freddy's series have been curious lately as to whether or not a new entry would soon be on its way. Click the jump to hear what the game's creator had to say about that.

In a recent post on Steam, Scott Cawthon had some interesting things to say regarding what project he was currently working on, but also that he isn't interested in even working on said project. Now, many have pointed out that Scott is known for his clever tactics and practical jokes to gain publicity for his games. Could this be one of them? The chances are very high, but in the other chance that he isn't joking about anything, his reasoning as to why he doesn't want to make the game makes a lot of sense. Read it below.

"For the last month or so I’ve been dropping hints about a new game, and it’s true that I’d been working on one (call it FNaF 6 if you’d like.) But after forcing myself to keep working on it day after day, I realized something: I just don’t want to work on this. With each game's release, I think the expectations get higher and higher for the next, and rightfully so. Each game SHOULD be better than the last! But that pressure starts to mount, and I fear that I've been neglecting other things in my life for the sake of trying to keep up with those mounting expectations.

So, after giving this a lot of thought; I’ve decided that I’m going to stop working on it. I’m not going to reveal anything else about what the game was, and I’ve asked other people involved to never divulge anything either. It’s just not going to be talked about.
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As mentioned at the beginning of this article, there are several possibilities as to the meaning of Scott's post. The hope is that soon we can get some clarification as to what exactly he meant, whether it was an elaborate joke, or if he truly has no interest or drives to make this game at all.
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