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If you're seeing a lot of flicker and Foxy's not around, it's their fault. The second is the noises. If there are two or more of these critters on the bed, you will be able to hear them chittering away very faintly in the background.
Fredbear The big man comes out to play. Fredbear is a solo player in his levels, and so I've included information on how to beat him under Night 5, below. Yes, I know, he's Plushtrap, but. During these matches you must stare down Springtrap in a hallway and try to illuminate him when he stops on an X on the floor in front of you.
This mini game is not as difficult it seems. The trick is to ease up on the flashlight. Wait for him to make two movement noises - this will put him right beside the X - then give him roughly eight seconds to move again before using the flashlight. You have less time with each match, so getting the timing down early is key to completing the game.
It is important to note that the two hour bonus only applies to your next round.
If you die on the next night you will have to play any subsequent games from 12 am, not 2 am. A Freddy plushie glares at the player. It's so adorably evil. Each night gets progressively more difficult than the last, and different mechanics will pop up as you progress through each night. This walkthrough will help you trounce all seven nights.
Night 1 The first night serves as training wheels. Night 2 Now the games begin. Night 2 ramps up in difficulty thanks to the Bonnie Chica combo, as they start to become rather aggressive and will charge your door more often than on Night 1.
Maintain a steady rhythm of checking a door, checking the bed, and checking the opposite door. Always remember to wait a few seconds at the door before flicking on the lights. If you hear a muffled rubbing sound, close the door and wait. Once you hear shuffling movement outside it will be safe to return to your neutral position. I've seen numerous messages from players who are having trouble hearing the animatronics, and thereafter dying horribly.
I've found it's best to go to the count of four before turning on the light. Go 'one-one-thousand, two-one-thousand, three-one-thousand, four-one-thousand', and listen as you do. If you hear the telltale rubbing sound, close the door.
If not, turn on the flashlight. Don't just close the door willy-nilly, as you'll draw either Bonnie or Chica straight to you. If he does get into your closet, simply add it to the rotation and check on him every once in a while.
Night 3 Here comes the hard stuff. Night 3 ramps up the difficulty rather considerably, and should put the fear of death in most players. The primary pain-in-the-butt here is Foxy, as he becomes an outright nuisance from the second the night begins. Handle the other three animatronics per normal procedures, just more vigorously. If Foxy manages to slip inside, hope is not lost - you just have to work a lot harder to stay alive.
Put the pressure on Foxy by checking the closet, say, every second rotation.
This should give you enough time to return him to his harmless plushie state without compromising you on other fronts. Night 4 Night 4 is just a more difficult version of Night 3. Bonnie and Chica will appear more often at your doors, and the Freddy plushies will accumulate more quickly though if you check them every time you sweep across the room this is not a problem. Foxy doesn't really get any more aggressive hereso as long as you stay on your doors it shouldn't be too difficult to keep him out of the closet and out of your hair.
Fredbear, the final hurdle in complete the five nights of Five Nights at Freddy's 4. Night 5 Just when you were getting used to the game, it throws an extreme curveball. Night 5 is populated solely by Fredbear, the big golden-ish baddie that plagues the minigames of our hapless protagonist.
This sounds like a good thing, but it's not. Fredbear is a combination of Bonnie, Chica, Foxy, and Freddy, with his own tweaks thrown in as well.
Like Foxy he will move from one hallway to the other, trying to get into your room. You need to follow the sound of his footsteps it's heavier than Foxy's and catch him in the hallway. Unlike playing with Bonnie and Chica, however, you should immediately turn the flashlight on when you arrive at a door, as you need to spot Fredbear in the hallway as soon as possible. If he's not there, check the other door.
If he is there, immediately turn off your flashlight and close the door. Wait until you hear his footsteps receding before opening the door again. Note that it's crucial to turn the flashlight off before closing the door, as he can still kill you if you leave it on, whether the door is open or not. Fredbear has one more trick, as well. If you don't hear him moving around outside the room anymore, and in particular if you hear him laughing, check the bed and the closet. There's a good chance his head will be staring at you from one of these two locations.
Shine a light on the bed head and close the door on closet Fredbear. This will shunt Fredbear back into the hallways.
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He doesn't turn into a cranium too often, but you should still check the bed and the closet whenever you hear a laugh, or if you can't hear his footsteps in the hallways. I find the head goes to the bed far more often than the closet, so check there first. The strategy for this night, therefore, consists of rapid movement, not patience. Keep sweeping from one door to the other, following the sounds of Fredbear's movements.
If you see him, turn the light off, close the door, and wait for him to move. If he laughs, check the bed and the closet, in that order. Repeat this process until the night ends.
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Beating Night 5 will complete the main game of Five Nights at Freddy's 4. This will earn you a star on the main menu. It will also unlock an Extras menu, where you can look at models of the animatronics What, you thought you were done?
Night 6 Everything you've learned up until now comes into play on Night 6. It starts off with the four primary animatronics doing their usual thang, albeit at an increased intensity. FNAF 4 s fundamentals stay firmly acquainted—a familiarly symmetrical room; the reprise of Bonnie, Chica, Freddy, and Foxy as primary antagonists; the usage of doors as a primary defensive mechanic—but its differences offer a refreshing new presentation of the risk-reward seesaw of its predecessors.
Replacing the ever-troubled pizzeria from previous games is the nighttime bedroom of a kid who both substitutes for the hilariously underpaid security guard as the main character and clearly establishes his traumatic phobia of Freddy s friends with a constant Binding-of-Isaac-esque flow of tears. In a flagrant flouting of the status quo, the camera system is removed entirely. Checking for an impending attack involves running up to a door, leaning out, and clicking on a flashlight thankfully with unlimited battery power or slamming the door shut at the precise moment I anticipate something lunging for me.
As before, staying alive demands familiarization with each animatronic s behavior. Where sight and constant camera tracking facilitated this in earlier games, FNAF 4 tosses that away for a different angle: Audio cues—muffled footsteps, the metallic tinkling of shifting kitchen pans, a huff of breath from something Right Beside You—indicate when to use the flashlight or seal a doorway. Being proactive is essential; a single mistake invariably delivers a booming fright.
I liked that avoidance of randomness in failure, as my actions and choices solely contributed to whether or not I d soon jump out of my chair. And that s really what Cawthon is best at: FNAF 4 uses the sensitivity of your senses to prod out a panicked yelp every time.
It s absurdly rudimentary: Of course it works. A minigame involving a plushified version of Springtrap can shave two hours off each night. But it s a bit worrisome to see an overall pivot away from what made the series so attractive in favor of a single, static mechanical loop across all five nights. The camera system, although imperfect—as later nights grew more difficult, staring too long at the video screen likely meant death—greatly defined the series identity.
In FNAF 2, checking vents and winding the music box were integral counterparts to the cameras. FNAF 3 piled on the sinister inevitability of tracking a stalking killer.