Fans are confused about whether FNAF Security Breach is coming to Xbox and the earliest possible release date for Five Nights At Freddy’s on Microsoft’s console is in 2022.
The Five Nights At Freddy’s community has been anticipating the newest instalment’s launch ever since it was first teased in 2019. Scott Cawthon’s retirement resulted in some fans fearing that the game had been cancelled, but the good news is that it arrives before Christmas on PlayStation and PC.
While it’s a fantastic early Christmas gift for the PlayStation and PC community, the unfortunate news is that Microsoft loyalists have to wait until next year.
Is FNAF Security Breach coming to Xbox?
Five Nights At Freddy’s Security Breach is not explicitly confirmed for Xbox.
It has only been announced for PS4, PS5, and PC so far. However, despite the lack of an official announcement, it likely will come to Microsoft’s console in the near future as it is a timed PlayStation console exclusive only.
Per the PlayStation Blog, it’s a first-person survival horror experience where you play as a little boy named Gregory. He is trapped inside the locked down Pizzaplex and you will need to try to escape via gameplay that many people have compared to Outlast.
When does FNAF Security Breach come out on Xbox?
The earliest possible release date for when FNAF Security Breach will come out on Xbox is March 2022.
Steel Wool hasn’t confirmed that it is coming to Microsoft’s system or Nintendo Switch, but their PlayStation teaser trailer specifically says that it will not be available on other consoles until 3 months after it lands on PS4 and PS5. This massively implies that it will arrive on Series X/S like all other entries.
It’s disappointing that Microsoft players cannot enjoy it from day one, but hopefully it’ll arrive in March next year. Still, this isn’t confirmed as Steel Wool may decide to launch it awhile after their console exclusivity deal ends.
Music Man returns
One of the most exciting aspects about the game is the confirmed return of Music Man.
He made his first appearance in Freddy Fazbear’s Pizzeria Simulator, and he was also in Ultimate Custom Night as an optional antagonist. Now he returns in Security Breach with an even more terrifying design.
The animatronic now resembles a spider and his colours are light blue instead of pink.