This time, you don't have to patrol a pizzeria through security cameras or anything like that. Instead, you control a young man that, at nighttime, has to defend himself from the horrible creatures that hunt him behind every shadow and every dark corner.
The gameplay in Five Nights at Freddy's 4, in any case, is very similar to that in previous installments. You can move from the bed towards any of the doors in the room, and open them by keeping a button pressed. You can also use a flashlight to light up any area for a short period of time.
An important thing to do when playing is to adjust the volume of your speakers. Why? Because you need to hear the enemies breathing in order to predict their attacks. Also, if they get you, you'll be more scared if the volume is high.
Five Nights at Freddy's 4 is a memorable horror game that can scare you more than just a few times. The graphics have improved slightly compared to the third title, creating an even greater experience.
The game doesn't require an installation, you just have to open the executable.
The demo only lets you play the first three nights.