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Five Nights At Freddy?s World Update: Scott Cawthon Adds More Features, Fans Criticize Party System

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Five Nights At Freddy?s World Update

Five Night?s at Freddy?s creator Scott Cawthon earlier apologized to his fans as FNaF World failed to have enough RPG features as he released the game earlier than expected. Cawthon was quick to address the problems of his fans as he has now added several features in the game.

Cawthon has added a FNaF Overworld map accessible via the Tab button, and general tooltips to provide info on attacks, Bytes, and Chips. He also has promised to add more updates at a later date.

Despite all the gameplay improvements made by Cawthon, a number of his fans still continue to criticize Five Nights At Freddy?s World. A Reddit thread discussed the inefficiency of stuffing your FNaF dream team in a party. Not all versions of characters have good stats and abilities, forcing players to refrain from using them. In order to progress, most of the Redditors had to adapt according to character utility, over character favoritism. There are no confirmations if Cawthon will rebalance some of the characters on his updates.

Before the fix came in, a Reddit thread pointed out that most gamers who opened the Steam page of FNaF World feels deceiving. Due to the unclear majority opinion on Steam reviews, FNaF World has confused most players who are expecting to see more RPG features.

Scott Cawthon earlier apologized to his fans that FNaF World did not have enough features as he released the game too early. Cawthon gave a detailed apology on Steam:

?You know, I?ve been accused of rushing my games ever since FNaF 1, but I?ve never felt that I?d released a game too early? until now.

There are a lot of features that this game should have had before release, features that I was told about, but ignored and didn?t implement. Features such as being able to see what abilities do during battle, or being able to see a stats page for your characters. These are features that any good RPG would have.?

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