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Five Nights at Freddy’s VR Flat mode update removes VR

Flat mode removes the need for a VR headset.

Five Nights at Freddy’s VR will offer a Flat mode update that removes the need to play the title in VR.

The mode will be available in Australia from 18 December, developer Steel Wool Studios confirmed.

“We have been working really hard to create a version of Help Wanted for everyone who doesn’t have access to a VR headset,” Steel Wool Studios said of the addition. “It’s been really important for us that the non-VR (Flat) version feels great and is not just a cheap ported 2D version of the VR version. We’ve worked hard on making the cameras and controls feel great!

“If you have Help Wanted already on Steam or PlayStation 4, you can play in Flat mode. If you don’t have VR you can buy and play the game in Flat mode and if you upgrade with a VR headset later (PC VR or PlayStation VR) your game will work with that as well.”

Five Night’s at Freddy’s VR is available now on Windows PC (with Oculus Rift and HTC Vive) and PS4 (with PlayStation VR).


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