Illumix has released a new augmented reality game featuring centered around Five Nights at Freddy’s (FNAF) called Five Nights at Freddy’s AR: Special Delivery.
As stated in the title of the game, Five Nights at Freddy’s AR: Special Delivery will utilize real-time location-based gameplay. This means the animatronics will pay you a visit wherever you are and wherever you go.
The official launch trailer features Markiplier leading an add for the game that quickly turns creepy.
In FNAF AR: Special Delivery, players will confront malfunctioning animatronics in their real-world and attempt to survive these horrors come to life as they have never been seen before. As a part of the continuing FNAF storyline, players subscribe to Fazbear Entertainment’s brand new on-demand “Fazbear Funtime Service” to receive special in-person visits from their favorite animatronics. Due to unfortunate circumstances, those who subscribe get more than the entertainment they were expecting from the visiting animatronics.
FNAF AR: Special Delivery ensures that players are not powerless in the situation, as handy defense elements help them survive
attacks – whether they be from rogue animatronics or custom-made ones sent by the player’s own friends. Social elements of the game will allow the attacked to get revenge and climb the leaderboard by sending their own animatronics after their attacker, or anyone else they choose. Starting today, all players will confront an endless stream of hostile animatronics in augmented reality that will follow them wherever they go. The question is, how long can players survive? And can they figure out just what is happening at Fazbear Entertainment?
The Game is free to download but has in-app purchases for select items. Download it today from the Google Play Store or the App Store. Download the game if you dare. More information on the game by going to FNAF AR: Special Delivery’s website.
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