The Five Nights At Freddy’s series has always been full of hard-to-find secrets. Between various secret mini-games after jump scares to hidden objects within the games themselves, there’s always something new to look out for. Security Breach is no different, and as the franchise’s first open world game, it only allows for even more secrets to leak out.
While different collectibles and paths run rampant in this game, there’s plenty to keep you running in circles as you chase one of six different endings. There are also a lot of Easter eggs hidden inside the pizzaplex as you play, and some of them are easy to miss.
10 Minor appearance of Balloon Boy
A secret that is almost impossible to discover on your own is the secret room in the nursery. After you get the face-cam, you can follow the steps to unlock the door, which shows you the room behind the nursery’s balcony. Along with some collectibles, one of the working arcade machines is hidden back there, allowing you to play Balloon Boy’s World.
Similar in style to the popular Flappy Bird mobile game, you play as Balloon Boy floating around with his balloons and dodging obstacles. If you play long enough, you may even crash the game and discover a corrupted version of Daycare Attendant.
9 Who leaves pizza in the sewers?
After destroying Chica in the trash compactor, you fall with her into the sewers and now you must escape. There are several notable areas within the sewers along with collectibles, but one of the most notable and hardest to notice locations is a small shrine hidden in a tunnel by the first generator, which is covered in both Chica-related items and pizza. .
It seems that the developers took advantage of the theories and memes that Chica likes pizza and hid this in the area related to Chica as a bonus for fans to find. The pizza could also be a nod to another pizza-loving sewer dweller, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
8 Foxy left his mark with pirate memorabilia
One of the notable and scariest animatronics from the previous games, Foxy, is missing from the game with no explanation as to why. However, there are many references to a particular minigame of his within the previous game, Help Wanted.
Captain Foxy’s Pirate Adventure is seen everywhere, from an exhibit on Rockstar Row to the entirety of Kid’s Cove. There are even some clippings from the minigame in the backstage area, found in old storage cabinets along your way to the rehearsal room. Whatever happens to Foxy, it’s clear that he is somehow still involved with the pizzeria.
7 Play a few rounds of golf for the kicks
One of the pizzeria’s main attractions is Monty’s Gator Golf. You won’t have access to it until later in the game, but you can fully explore the entire golf course if you manage to dodge all the bots looking for you. However, the actual Easter egg is not on the actual golf course, but rather in an arcade machine that you can find inside.
It is a playable golf minigame and offers you nine different holes to play. While the first hole is modeled after Gator Golf itself, each subsequent hole is styled after one of the other FNAF games, giving you a little easter egg from each.
6 The location of the final boss is more than meets the eye
There is a true ending to Security Breach among the others, which takes you deep into the earth in a hidden elevator to access the final boss. After going through a long tunnel and turning on all the generators you come across, you will discover Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza Place.
This specific name is the same restaurant as the one in Freddy Fazbear’s pizzeria simulator, which was burned to the ground in an attempt to finally get rid of the person behind all the murders, William Afton. However, he looks like he’s still pulling the strings at the pizzaplex when he shows up for the final boss battle.
5 Secret room identical to one in sister location
At the end of each turn in Sister Location, you find yourself in a room watching a strange soap opera on TV. An identical room to this can be found inside the pizzaplex with a small hidden door that can only be accessed with the face-cam.
The room is almost identical to the living room in the Sister Location, exotic butters and all, plus a few secrets inside like the CD player that will let you play all the CDs hidden throughout the pizzaplex.
4 There’s more to The Sister Location TV than meets the eye
In the Sister Location hidden room, the TV has an Easter egg of its own. What plays is a cartoon of Freddy, a reference to the promotional material the developers created for the game called Freddy and Friends On Tour.
However, it’s not just a reference to that, it’s a hint to one of the room’s secrets. The wallpaper is covered in a strange pattern that is actually a code, and there are clues within the promotional cartoon that ultimately helped fans decode it. Without these suggestions, it may never have been resolved correctly.
3 Rooms Locked Open After Game Disclosure Help Wanted Callback
Steel Wool Studios helped develop the latest FNAF games, namely VR Help Wanted and Security Breach. The studio couldn’t help but bring back a lot of references to their previous game, even though Help Wanted was a virtual reality game and not a physical pizzeria.
Once you fully upgrade Freddy, you can go past the Chica and Monty doors in the maintenance tunnels, revealing several different rooms that are callbacks to the VR game. This includes a room full of stuffed babies, a room that looks like the Mangle Repair minigame, and a room styled in the Curse of Dreadbear DLC.
two A reference to those who started it all: the Aftons
An easy to lose easter egg in the sewers is a reference to the Aftons, the family that is at the center of the plot of most FNAF games. However, if you don’t know about the lore or if you’re too focused on trying to run away from Chica and Vanny, you might just go unnoticed.
After falling into the sewers with Chica and running into a room covered in paper and strange notes, you can find a small family of robots set up around a table just off the stairs, each bot modeled after a different member of the family. Afton family and its majority. remarkable tradition.
1 Never forgetting its origins
It’s clear from the very first FNAF game that some of the inspiration for the series came from a real-life place, Chuck E. Cheese. While there were never any murders there and the robots certainly never came to life, the developers decided to put in a fun Easter egg that references a conspiracy theory surrounding Chuck E. Cheese, which is that they recycled his pizza.
Supposedly, the pizza slices never lined up correctly to form a perfect circle. You can find a note in the nursery area about an angry mom who thinks the pizza is recycled, a little nod to the other company, and one she would never know about if she didn’t already know about the conspiracy.
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