Five Nights at Freddy’s: Security Breach Gets New Update
One of the most divisive games in the Five Nights at Freddy’s franchise, Security Breach hasn’t dampened the enthusiasm of diehard FNAF fans. Steel Wool Studios awarded their fans right before Christmas. Five Nights at Freddy’s: Security Breach got a modest but vital update that addressed numerous critical problems. Finally, it permits Five Nights at Freddy’s faith to reach 100% completeness.
Even while much remains to be said about Five Nights at Freddy’s: Security Breach’s rocky development, one thing is certain: a lot of content was eliminated. This has severe implications in the game. Two of Five Nights at Freddy’s: Security Breach’s Retro CD collectibles were unavailable for unknown reasons. The recent Security Breach patch corrected this issue, telling players that certain FNAF collectibles are now found in new locations.
The rest of the patch fixes known issues. There were five changes. Parts and Service had difficulty with a recharge station. Fix #2: Freddy is available too soon after leaving the sewers. There were issues communicating with arcades, but these should be resolved now. Incorrectly repeating a spoiler mission objective has been corrected. Finally, security badges were issued more frequently than expected.
While the patch message itself may appear insignificant, the repair for arcades is a huge matter. Without arcades, players were unable to complete one of the game’s several endings, or obtain certain prizes, including the platinum. Princess Quest arcade games should now operate.
Security Breach’s tiny update is unlikely to change any player’s perception of the game. It’s there to help new players avoid difficulties, and to make replays more enjoyable for fans and completists. Still, it’s fantastic to see Steel Wool working hard.
Steel Wool has a lot of technical issues to fix in Five Nights at Freddy’s: Security Breach. A release date for 2021 was obviously desired. Maybe the current update will give players hope that Steel Wool will fix any remaining difficulties or that future FNAF games will be better.