KEY POINTS

  • "Ultimate Custom Night" for game consoles is finally out for "Five Nights at Freddy's" loyalists
  • The "Ultimate Custom Night" Switch version will be available in Europe starting May 5
  • "Five Nights at Freddy's" gamers get the chance to set challenges through animatronics and difficulty levels

Gamers who have long been waiting for the “Five Nights at Freddy’s” mashup game to come out for consoles are in for a treat. “Ultimate Custom Night,” which was originally released in 2018, is finally out for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch, giving “FNAF” fans a new game to check out.

“Ultimate Custom Night” players can select from among 50 animatronics. For those who followed the “Five Nights at Freddy’s” series, these are animatronics that spanned through the past seven “FNAF” games.

Players have the liberty of tweaking the character of their choice and set the difficulty level from zero to 20. Aside from that, “Ultimate Custom Night” gamers will need to manage two side doors, two vents and two air hoses, all of which lead to the player’s office.

“Ultimate Custom Night” also includes other features, such as the 16 themed challenges, voice acting from returning favorites and new arrivals and unlockable office skins and cut scenes. “Five Nights at Freddy’s” players have been longing to see the game console version and that time has now come.

Some reminders for those who are planning to get “Ultimate Custom Night.” The game will cost $7.99 for those who want to purchase it. Also, Nintendo Switch owners from Europe may have to wait a bit since it will not be available until May 5.

“Ultimate Custom Night” is expected to level up the shake-ups from the “Five Nights at Freddy’s” series. For those who may not be familiar with the game, players will be trapped in an office and will need to fend off killer animatronics, depending on who the gamer will pick.

The level of difficulty of the challenges should be something most would tinker with as “FNAF” players have likely come across most of them when they played the previous versions.

Successful challenges will, of course, merit rewards on “Ultimate Custom Night” in the form of Faz-Coins. These can be spent to purchase goodies that are available at the prize counter.

'Five Nights At Freddy's' band 'Five Nights At Freddy's: The Survival Logbook' has apparently leaked, and it seems like a child-focused activity book based on the games. It's expected to release later this year but will be preceded by 'The Twisted Ones' and 'The Freddy Files' this summer. Photo: Scott Games/Steam