You’re more likely to see some spooky bits around Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza than others; big surprise, right?
In a game with a bunch of tucked away lore and attention to small details to enhance the experience, it should be no surprise there are few things you must go out of your way to hunt for in Five Nights at Freddy’s.
I’m not sure how to trigger most of these shots (though some are obvious). These images were found in the game’s files, which is why there is no static. There are four rare poster shots not found here, but can be found near the bottom in my article on Five Nights at Freddy‘s lore.
I have also worked up a similar list of rare screens for Five Nights at Freddy’s 2.
1. The bots all looking at the camera (Cam 1A)
This one is hard to get because the animatronics don’t all stay on stage for very long. The window to see this any night is short and the chances are extremely low.
2. Freddy leering at you from the stage (Cam 1A)
This shot isn’t terribly hard to get. There seems to be a chance when looking at Freddy after both Bonnie and Chica have started making their rounds.
3. ‘It’s me’ sign in Pirate Cove (Cam 1C)
This will only happen once Foxy has already left and is making a break for you, usually on later nights. These are also the words that come up when you see Freddy’s face flash on the screen, and can be seen in an especially rare shot seen below.
4. Poster of Freddy ripping his head off (Cam 2B)
The usual poster for this simply has Freddy holding a mic, but there is a low chance of seeing this variation when looking at Cam 2B.
5. Poster of Golden Freddy (Cam 2B)
This is an especially rare event, and immediately leads to Golden Freddy himself appearing in front of you (and killing you). This seems to only be triggered by closing both doors for a prolonged period and mostly keeping your eyes on the cameras.
6. Bonnie’s twitching face (Cam 2B)
If you’re like most players, chances are you aren’t keeping a huge eye on Bonnie. Bonnie is generally the most frequent visitor to your office, so it’s generally better to just check the light in the left door.
This face in particular is the one it switches to and from when twitching violently in later nights. Unlike Chica’s, Bonnie’s is only 2 frames.
7. Bonnie’s creepy face 1 (No cam)
The exact trigger for this screen is unknown, though sometimes it does appear during the ‘IT’S ME’ screen flashes along with Freddy’s face. I have seen the game freeze on this face and give a game over once, but it was probably a bug.
8. Bonnie’s creepy face 2 (No cam)
Bonnie sure is charismatic! This is simply a variation of the above. I am not sure which one appears during which events, nor what their exact triggers are.
9. Bonnie patrolling the back room (Cam 5)
This one isn’t that rare on nights 2 and 3, but the bots don’t let up starting on night 4 and above. This screen in itself isn’t so bad, but..
10. Bonnie peering at the camera (Cam 5)
Every once in a while Bonnie will peer into the security camera in the back room. With the static, this screen is more than a little spooky.
Bonnie sure gets around, doesn’t he?
11. Animatronics in back room looking at camera (Cam 5)
This seems to appear more either soon before or after you get ‘IT’S ME’ flashes. As you can see, the heads have all adjusted to look the camera and even the endoskeleton is looking up with its mouth open. Two heads on the back wall have some crazy eyes going on as well.
12. Crying children posters (Cam 4A)
Remember that whole thing about someone abducting children in the restaurant? Even if you don’t, this is a startling sight to see! This screen is especially rare, and I’ve never seen it neither in streams nor in my own gameplay.
13. ‘IT’S ME’ written on the walls (Cam 4A)
How this screen is triggered is a bit of a mystery, and it is another one I’ve yet to witness myself. This is the last and most elusive instance of ‘IT’S ME’ in the game.