‘Five Nights at Freddy’s’ indie game developer Scott Cawthon has just released a trailer for the newest series entry ‘Five Nights at Freddy’s 3’.

The new trailer gives players a short glimpse of what can be expected in the upcoming ‘Five Nights at Freddy’s 3’. So far, it all looks to be what fans have come to expect of the series with more darkly lit rooms and hallways filled with murderous animatronic creatures.

Alongside the trailer also comes news of the game’s successful voting campaign on Steam Greenlight, which marks the guaranteed release of ‘Five Nights at Freddy’s 3′ onto Valve’s digital download service once it is finished and ready to be released. While the game’s success on Steam Greenlight should come as no surprise considering the series’ established fan base, the news should certainly be reassuring for fans as things begin to move forward for the upcoming point-and-click survival horror game.

For those unaware, ‘Five Nights at Freddy’s’ is a famous series of indie horror games that centers around a night security guard (the player) assigned to protect a Chuck E. Cheese-like pizza parlor that is filled with creepy animatronic animal mascots. However, the catch about all this is that these animatronics actually come to life at night and are rendered into bloodthirsty monsters who will kill anything that does not resemble them. Being made to keep tabs on these deadly animatronic mascots via security cameras, the player must do all that they can to avoid their murderous clutches and survive five night shifts.

So far, two entries have been released in the series, both coming out relatively close within timeframe of each other with the first being released last year in August, and the second released in November. The series itself gained widespread recognition thanks to YouTube videogame let’s players.

As of writing, ‘Five Nights at Freddy’s 3’ does not have a release date or any confirmed release platforms. However, judging by the released platforms of previous entries, the title could most likely be making its way on to Windows PC, iOS, Android and Windows Phone.  

Source: Steam Greenlight