So you’ve made it through the first night in Five Nights at Freddy’s 4 and are feeling on top of the world. It’s almost as if nothing can stop you. After all, this is by far the most frightening installment in the series. After Night 1, you figured out a pattern, and are ready to take on whatever Freddy and his horrifyingly deformed friends throw at you. That is until you realize that it only gets worse as each night goes on.
Night 2 starts you off in that same room that seems to shrink on you as you realize your terrifying plight. There is still that teddy bear sitting on the bed behind you, and both hallway doors, as well as the closet door, still lie open as you cower on the floor. This time, each door will have to be given its due diligence if you are to survive. Unlike in Night 1, Night 2 in Five Nights at Freddy’s 4 starts the mayhem as soon as the night starts, so no taking it slow and waiting until 3 AM.
From the beginning, you’re going to want to run the same pattern. Rotate between the three doors, taking care to listen at each and every one, while periodically checking the bed. Freddy appears much more often this time around so definitely make sure to not overlook the bed during any of your passes. Bonnie will be the threat on the left once more, while Chica holds down the door on the right. There is now the chance that Foxy will appear in the closet, perfect for those who were worried they wouldn’t have any nightmares tonight.
As you approach each door, make sure to shut it and listen. Once you’re sure you can’t hear anything, you’re free to shine your light. If your volume is high enough, you will be able to hear them moving downstairs letting you know that they will soon be approaching the doors. Foxy won’t make any noises you can hear until you approach the closet, so be extra careful with the closet.
Unlike night 1, you may have to deal with these monstrosities more than once in NIght 2 of Five Nights at Freddy’s 4. So unfortunately, holding the door for two hours won’t get you anywhere. Hold the door if you encounter anyone, and count to 10. That should be enough time for everything to be clear, then immediately return to your rounds.
As long as you remain vigilant, you will be able to survive the night. Just make sure to always keep moving. A still player is a dead player. Good luck.