[VIRAL] New FNAF Scare: Chuck E. Cheese’s Training Manual Instructs Employees to Wear Costume’s Head or Something Else Will Happen

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Five Nights at Freddy’s has created another scared after a report state that Chuck E. Cheese training manual instructs employees to wear a costume head, or the animatronics will attack them after working hours. According to Comicbook’s latest report, the popular video game franchise Five Nights at Freddy’s and the parallels between pizza-and-arcade chain Chuck E. Cheese are more than obvious for the fans. However, people became more frenzy as a recent image set the triggered the idea that the animatronics in the restaurant could hurt people.

A Twitter post under the account name @pablothinghouse revealed that Chuck E. Cheese training manual booklet, including a suggestion that the famous pizzeria has facial recognition software that can detect any intruders caught on the property after working hours, making the animatronics attack.

The report explained that a security guard trying to survive a night in the haunted pizzeria is showcased in the FNAF games’ story. It was stated that a person roaming around the restaurant is identified as a metallic skeleton by a facial recognition technology of the animatronics that is patrolling the building, shoving the intruders into one of the spare suits in an employee room.

In the second version of the popular game, a face mask is provided to the player to hide from the roaming robots. However, some of the animatronics were not fooled by the disguise.

The new conspiracy has made another eerie similarity between the Five Nights at Freddy’s and the real world, which was celebrated by the game’s fanbase.

“It is always important that all Chuck. E. Cheese’s night-shift employees must wear a spare Chuck E. Cheese costume head to avoid any animatronic facial recognition, because if they spot any humans in the building post-hours, they will automatically detect that person as a criminal trying to tamper with objects from the building, and that won’t lead to anything good…” written on the Twitter post.

The report stated that some good news was offered by Jason Blum of Blumhouse about the long-awaited movie of Five Nights at Freddy’s. Jason Blum talked with the Fandom, saying that the movie is progressing and development is going well.

“We have been working on it for a long time,” said Blum via Variety.

“Super active. So I really feel like we have a very good shot at getting to see a Five Nights at Freddy’s movie. I feel like it’s really moving forward,” he added.
The game is not installed yet since there are no latest announcements provided. Blum said that he doesn’t want to provide any timeline since the movie is moving rapidly, and it will soon be introduced.

Also Read: [VIRAL] Five Nights at Freddy’s: Fake USA Today Headlines of “Five Children Missing” Creeped Out Fans: Here’s an Explanation of Twitter FNAF Hoax

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