Will Scott Cawthon's Famous Franchise Continue?

Scott Cawthon's famous Five Nights At Freddy's has spanned two sequels from its original game. The third game has been widely criticized for having the same experience with little changes.

Scott Cawthon, the famous developer of Five Nights At Freddy's, has released Five Nights At Freddy's 3, the latest game in the franchise. Players were obsessed with the pure horror of the first game, and but is that obsession sure to continue?

YouTube personality Markiplier, who is considered the main broadcaster, has criticized the third game as being the same experience for a third time. Markiplier has also commented that personally he doesn't enjoy playing Five Nights At Freddy's series, because the second and third games focused entirely on jumpscares.

Five Nights At Freddy's 3 (pictured above) suddenly just appeared on the Steam Store unannounced, which sent social media outlets into shock with the sudden arrival of the game. Scott Cawthon is now famous for one of the most rapidly expanding and most famous horror franchises around.

The question now is what comes next. If Cawthon makes a fourth game to the franchise, will it be announced? Will all of the current animatronics and maybe more be featured in the next game? Will the series change and grow, or will it stick to the old formula at the risk of losing fans?


Published Mar. 22nd 2015
  • Tobbpitt
    Featured Contributor
    Do we really need another one? The only correct answer to this is "No." The plot's been covered and there's not much more to be done with it. It needs to be laid to rest, Scott's talents could be put to better use on a new series or a sequel to The Desolate Hope.

New Cache - article_comments_article_20533
More Five Nights at Freddy's Content