Surprise! Five Nights At Freddy’s 2 Is Out Now On Steam

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Scott Cawthorn has released his horror game sequel Five Nights At Freddy’s 2 on Steam for Windows.

 

As with the first game, you play as a night shift security guard in Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza restaurant. Every night, you have to survive an attack from the animatronic animals that entertain the kids during the day time by looking out for them using the security cameras.

 

This time around, however, there are new animals that behave in different ways as they approach your side of the restaurant. Plus, rather than security doors, your main means of protection is to pull a Freddy Fazbear head over your own to fool them.

 

This means that you have to sit there with the bear head on, as the animals stare at it, more than likely creeping you out. There are other means of defence that you’ll have to experiment with as you try to avoid dismemberment.

 

You can purchase Five Nights At Freddy’s 2 for $7.99 over on Steam.


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