"Five Nights at Freddy's 4" continues to jump scare the people playing it. You see, even the famous Hollywood comedian, Jack Black, screamed to Scott Cawthon's game.
In the video, you will see Markiplier and Black talking about the "Kung Panda" actor's new flick, while Sammy is playing Cawthon's game. You will also hear the host complimenting Black's son for being observant of the game.
There was even a point where Black asked the host if he ever met the "Five Nights at Freddy's 4" creator, and said he wished the screen would show the minutes of the game.
While Black was sharing that he wasn't aware that there was a phenomenon called the "Goosebumps" franchise, and that he actually read the books after reading the screenplay, "FNaF 4" animatronic Nightmare Bonnie came out of nowhere, which made the father and son scream.
The ultimate fun begins, though, when Black took over the controls. While learning the function keys and navigating through "Five Nights at Freddy's 4" realm, Nightmare Chica suddenly appears making the three yelp.
Despite "Five Nights at Freddy's 4" not having a sequel, the fun doesn't end just there. Remember, Cawthon promised his fans a Halloween treat, as per Ecumenical News.
Cawthon announced via Steam Community's site that an automatic update, not a DLC, for "FNaF 4" will include goodies on the extra menus, for those who have beaten night 6 — cheat menu, a challenge menu, and a twist on a familiar minigame that provides a boost when playing challenge modes.
"Five Nights at Freddy's 4" update will take place on Oct. 31, while Cawthon's new RPG "FNaF World" is reportedly slated to be released in 2016.