While last month probably would’ve been an ideal release — with Halloween and all — Five Nights At Freddy’s will now have to spook Nintendo Switch owners during the Thanksgiving holiday instead.
A listing on the Nintendo eShop indicates that the first three Five Nights At Freddy’s games are making their way to the system on Nov. 29. Five Nights At Freddy’s, Five Nights At Freddy’s 2 and Five Nights At Freddy’s 3 will be available for $7.99 apiece.
For those that missed out on all the murderous mayhem, here’s a quick breakdown of each game.
In the original Five Nights At Freddy’s, you’re a security guard watching over a pizza restaurant at night. However, something’s amiss with the animatronic animals that usually entertain the kids. They’re out to get you. And you’ll need to spend the game keeping an eye on cameras and watching the power on security doors before they do so.
Five Nights At Freddy’s 2 puts you in control of yet another pizza place, but this one has even more characters that could sneak up on you if you’re not careful. So that means once again keeping an eye on cameras and watching your back — if you can.
With Five Nights At Freddy’s 3, you’re keeping an eye on Fazbear’s Fright, but there’s trickier business, as you have to watch for hallucinations of phantom creatures while watching out for the one that tries to get you.
The three games don’t look to take up too much space on the Switch memory card as they go between 161 MB and 280 MB. You can get all three on the general system rather easily.
Check out the PC gameplay below — if you dare! — To give you an idea of what to expect from the games. There’s no word yet on gameplay differences with the Switch versions, but you should be able to get a handle on them with ease.