Steel Wool has released the (Five Nights at Freddy’s) FNAF Security Breach update 1.04 this December 23 for both last-gen and nex-gen platforms, and this brings with it, a short list of fixes to the game. For the full list of changes and improvements, check out the patch notes below.
FNAF Security Breach Update 1.04| FNAF Security Breach Update 1.04 Patch Notes:
- Fixed an issue where some users were unable to interact with a recharge station outside of Parts and Service.
- Fixed an issue with Freddy being available too early when exiting the sewers.
- Fixed an issue with users not being able to interact with arcades.
- Fixed an issue with a mission objective repeating itself and not properly updating.
- Moved two Retro CDs due to issues with Freddy being intermittently accessible. They’ve been pulled out of El Chips and Prize Counter and placed elsewhere in the world.
- Fixed an issue with security badges being available multiple times when they’re not supposed to.
Outside of today’s patch, there was one released five days ago on December 18 as well.
If you haven’t bought the game yet, here’s a description of what it can offer:
Stealth and Speed
The animatronics Roxy, Chica, and Monty have been enlisted by Pizzaplex security to hunt you, and their pursuit is a relentless one. Strategizing how you’ll get past enemies is paramount to avoid those actively pursuing you, as well as more passive S.T.A.F.F. bots that will sound the alarm and call the animatronics to your location if they spot you. In the event you’re detected, run to escape the immediate danger quickly, but running is limited to the amount of stamina you’ve got, so use it wisely. The animatronics also evolve as the night progresses, which means you’ll need to adapt if you want to survive.
An Unexpected Ally
Freddy Fazbear himself is your most dependable ally, acting as a guide and protector through the Pizzaplex, giving you shortcuts, insider tips, and warnings about the challenges you’ll face. You can also hop inside Freddy’s oversized birthday-cake-hatch, allowing you to hide and march around undetected. You will need to be thoughtful about how and when you use Freddy because he’s only got so much power and requires frequent stops at recharge stations.
The Tools to Survive
The Pizzaplex is vast, and while that means more S.T.A.F.F bots required for upkeep, it also means there’s no shortage of hiding spots to pop into for a speedy evasion. It also means a ton of security cameras that you can access on your Fazwatch, allowing you to plan your path. You can also knock over different objects like paint cans and toys to draw the enemy’s attention – you will have to slip away before they get to your location, though, so make sure the distraction is worth the risk. Some weapons can stun enemies – the Faz Cam and Fazblaster. The Faz Cam acts as an immediate stun for the entire area in front of you, staggering attackers just long enough to escape. Unfortunately, it has a limited number of uses before requiring a recharge. The Fazblaster has unlimited ammo, but you’ll need to land a direct headshot for it to work, which is not so easy when an animatronic alligator has practically leaped on top of you.
If you spot any other gameplay-related changes not mentioned above, leave a comment below to let us know.