Five Nights at Freddy’s VR: Help Wanted (2019), the VR adaptation of the immensely popular horror game, is finally getting its Oculus Quest version next month.

Update (June 25th, 2020): After months of waiting, Steel Wool Studios and Oculus have finally announced that FnAF: Help Wanted for Quest will release on July 16th, 2020.

You can wishlist the game on the Oculus Store here.

Original Article (October 31st, 2019): Steel Wool Studios co-founder Andrew Dayton announced the news via an Oculus blog post, saying that there’s “lots of work to do” before the studio can announce an official launch date. The studio has however said that it should arrive “soon.”

Steel Wool additionally says it plans on continuing its work in the Five Nights at Freddy’s universe, something originally created by Scott Cawthon in his breakout PC title, which has thus far found its way on nearly every platform including the upcoming smartphone AR game Five Nights at Freddy’s AR: Special Delivery (2019).

On PC VR platforms and PSVR, the studio released the new paid DLC ‘Curse of Dreadbear’, which includes a new Halloween-themed hub and new mini-games and prizes. The studio says weekly content will be added through the month of October.

You’ll find Five Nights at Freddy’s VR on Steam (Rift, Vive, Index, Windows VR), Viveport (Rift, Vive, Index, Windows VR), Oculus Store (Rift), and the PlayStation Store (PSVR).

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  • Jarilo

    Good luck Quest owners, it’s really hard not to “nope” out of this one. lol

  • david vincent

    Does this game rely only on cheap jump scares ?

    • HuskyGamePlayz

      No actually, the Five Nights series really depends on how you play it and how you decide to overcome different obstacles. If you fail in this game it scares the shit out of you and makes you feel like it’s your fault for not doing something in game correctly, which, let’s face it, you’re gonna fuck up in this game… A LOT.

  • avid fan

    I sure wish this game would hurry up and become available on the Oculus Quest. I just bought an Oculus Quest myself for $500 and I’m still not seeing many good games I would like to see this game and hello puppets available on the Oculus Quest.

    • Marek

      You ever heard of SideQuest and Side Loading?

    • avid fan

      Yes, but I’m currently waiting to get my new computer. The current one isnt good enough to run it. Honestly I’m not even sure how to run those yet anyway lol.

  • Joseph

    When was this article released?

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  • sfmike

    Finally! Can’t wait.


    Me too I want that game Five Nights at Freddy’s VR Wanted help horror.