Top Questions We Hope FNAF 4 The Final Chapter Answers

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Scott Cawthon has some explaining to do. Well, not really. But it would be nice especially with Freddy Fazbear's finally looking to close down for good. 

The Final Chapter has been announced to drop on Halloween of this year as the; you guessed it, final chapter in the Five Nights At Freddy's franchise.

When the news dropped about the fourth and final sequel, fans began digging for plot clues and all began to point to The Bite of '87. It didn't take long for a confirmation as a teaser image featuring a rather vicious looking Springtrap-esque Freddy Fazbear began to surface across the internet. 

Whether you're happy to see it go or sad to see it leave if you're like me, you're hoping to see a final wrap up. So, Scott, we have questions and we want answers. 

Here are some of the top questions we hope to see answered in the upcoming and final game. 

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Who Did The Bite of '87?

This question has been on the minds of fans since FNAF 2 spilled the beans about the unfortunate accident. Naturally, Foxy and the newly introduced Mangle were the first on the suspect lists given their circumstances.

I mean, it kind of makes sense why Foxy is 'out of order' and Mangle is a heap of scrap metal (I know Mangle looks gets torn apart by the kids) if they were problems. 

However, people then started to take Chica's 'Let's Eat' bib as her literal mission but then later evidence began to pop up that pointed to Freddy as the biter. In FNAF 2 it was noted that you weren't supposed to touch the Animatronics, ironically enough a well-lit picture of Freddy began to circulate of what indeed appeared to  be a hand print on Freddy's face. 

Just about everyone looks guilty but only one of them could have done it. The question is who?

Who Is Phone Guy, Actually?

Throughout the game we get bits and pieces of Phone Guy's character and past with Freddy Fazbear Pizzeria yet, three games later and we still don't know too much about him.

What we do know is:

  • According to FNAF 1 he's worked in the office before you and was present in FNAF 2
  • Was being moved to the day shift
  • He likes Foxy
  • Hates the Puppet
  • And knows about the Bite of '87. In fact, his tone kind of hinted that he may have been there either as a spectator or as the victim.

Sure there are a few more things that we've gathered but these are kind of the big ones.

Maybe, instead of playing as some obscure security guard, we'll finally get to play as Phone Guy. 

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Speaking of Guys....

Purple Guy. 

While the Bite of '87 doesn't exactly pertain to Purple Guy's appearance, it would be nice if someway or somehow we could get a more concrete idea of who he is or at least who he isn't. 

If the game is going to be titled The Final Chapter, finally revealing the man behind Purple Guy would be one of the smartest things to do. 

Where's Springtrap?

Springtrap was an integral part of Five Nights at Freddy's 3 as we found out he wasn't just another possessed rogue Animatronic but also Purple Guy or at least what was left of him.

Depending on your ending, the game ended on high or low note however, we all got the newspaper clipping informing us of the questionable fire that burned the Freddy Attraction to the ground. 

However, the real smoke signals didn't come from the burned down establishment but the actual picture itself. With a little fine tuning of the contrast levels the picture revealed Springtrap still lurking in the shadows. What's up with that? 

It is very unlikely we will see Springtrap as Springtrap but maybe we will get a glimpse of him in his former glory as Golden Bonnie.

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What's The Timeline?

Just because the game looks like it will be focusing on The Bite of '87 doesn't mean it will actually be in the '87 timeline. 

I mean, think about it. The whole entire FNAF game was about five murders but as far as we know, never took place in the same year of the murders. Then again, I could be completely wrong because lets face it; the FNAF timeline is a little bit complicated.

Maybe we can get some clarity on all this come October. 

With all the teasers and the talks it looks like Five Nights at Freddy's 4 is set to be a "Who Done It" and in my opinion the better of all four games.

As long as Scott gets the 4 W's down of the who, where, what and why I think FNAF 4: The Final Chapter will be a perfect chapter to close the series.

What are some questions you are hoping to get answers to? 

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Published Jun. 1st 2015

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