Five Nights at Freddy?s Sister Location: Upcoming Remake on Xbox One?

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Recently, Five Nights at Freddy?s creator Scott Cawthon revealed that he?ll pass up on the opportunity for a direct port of a Five Nights at Freddy?s entry to the consoles to deal with his current FNaF projects. Fans have apparently discovered that the Clickteam Fusion game engine now has an official importer program to Xbox One consoles. More than just a direct port, Cawthon may be planning a Five Nights at Freddy?s Remaster made from the ground up after he finishes all his current projects, including Five Nights at Freddy?s Sister Location.

As seen on RangerGamerz?s thread on the Steam Discussion boards, Cawthon confirmed that he likes Clickteam Fusion?s ability to import games to the Xbox One, but he doesn?t plan on porting one of his games anytime soon as he?s still working on at least three FNaF-related projects at the moment. Currently, Cawthon?s upcoming projects are the FNaF Movie with Director Gil Kenan, the second FNaF novel, and the remake, and the Five Nights at Freddy?s Sister Location. The release dates of all these three projects are yet to be announced, so fans may have to wait for an indefinite amount of time before they can get their hands on a Five Nights at Freddy?s game on the consoles.

So far, only the Five Nights at Freddy?s Sister Location video game has been receiving significant updates out of all Cawthon?s FNaF-related projects. There aren?t any significant updates on the movie from its director Gil Kenan and writer Tyler Burton Smith?s Twitter feeds. Meanwhile, there?s no new update on the FNaF novel?s progress, but Cawthon announced some info about it in May. With these projects still nowhere near their release, the Five Nights at Freddy?s console version is yet to happen.

However, the Five Nights at Freddy?s Sister Location may finally have its last reveals as fans speculate that only one animatronic, ?Minireena,? is yet to be announced on the ScottGames site. Cawthon has promised that he won?t do any early releases anymore, and he opted to not disclose the game?s release date until it is finally done. For now, Five Nights at Freddy?s fans will have to wait until any of these projects are released. Only then will Cawthon be free to develop the Five Nights at Freddy?s game on various consoles and not just the Xbox One.

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