A new teaser poster for the upcoming and much-awaited horror game Five Night’s at Freddy’s 4 was recently released by game creator Scott Cawthon. Posted through his official website ScottGames.com, the new teaser poster showing the return of the purple bow tie from the previous release of a teaser, and now fans have seen the owner of the said brightly-colored purple tie. It appears to be Freddy with an unusually fat belly at a first glance, but most fans have been talking about it as the infamous Fredbear, of the previously mentioned location, the Fredbear’s Family Diner.
The talk about a new Five Night’s at Freddy’s game started when Cawthon replaced the image of Freddy’s hat on his website with a blank space lit by the light. Since then, fans had been wildly excited about the possibility of another episode of scares. Since then, creator Scott have started teasing fans about the upcoming new instalment to the hit horror game a few months ago, with the first teaser featuring the main villain of Five Night’s at Freddy’s 3, Springtrap, with a bunch of Freddy heads on his body. The first teaser has the caption “The Final Chapter” and a release date of October 31 of this year, which is interestingly the same day as Halloween. Since then, numbers of teaser posters were released though the creator’s website, featuring the animatronics Bonnie, Chica, and Foxy. All of them had an embedded “secret” message on them: the word NIGHTMARE. Also, all of said teasers had the caption “Was it Me?”
The latest teaser has the “secret” message saying “Or Was It Me?” Additionally, there have been people who found another set of words on the creature’s belly, possibly saying “probably me”.
To add to it, fans have repeatedly found references on the images’ HTML code about the known “Bite of ’87”, where one of the featured animatronics in the diner bit a child. Who did it? The latest game is set to reveal all the answers, and finally close the story of the horror ride that is Five Night’s at Freddy’s.
Five Night’s at Freddy’s 4 comes to PC on Halloween 2015.