Five Nights at Freddy’s (FNaF) is an indie horror survival game that has managed to win the hearts of many gamers. The game pretty much only existed on the PC as well as mobile devices such as those running on iOS and Android, but the good news for console players is that the game will now be headed to your platform.

In an announcement on Steam, FNaF’s creator Scott Cawthon has confirmed that the game is being ported over to consoles such as the PS4, Xbox One, and the Nintendo Switch. According to Cawthon’s post, “I’m working closely with the people at Clickteam to create new, improved, HD ports of all of the original games! They will be released on Android, iOS, Switch, XBox and PlayStation!”

However the post states that the project is only 20% complete which means that it could be a while until the console version of the game has been released, so gamers will have to remain patient. It should be noted that this isn’t the first time the idea of FNaF being ported to console has been floated.

Cawthon had previously stated that ports for consoles were in the works, but due to “concerns about the deal”, he decided to call it off.

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