FNAF: Princess Quest Security Breach

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“Gregory must discover the secrets of Pizzaplex, learn the truth and survive until dawn.” / Image courtesy of Steel Wool Studios

In Five Nights at Freddy’s: Security Breach, completing all three Princess Quest arcade games is one of the most influential side objectives players can accomplish, as it unlocks one of the best endings in the game, if not the better.

In FNAF: Security Breach, there are six known endings that players can receive based on their choice of exit, their progress in discovering certain areas, and whether they were able to complete certain secondary objectives. Among them is the Savior’s Ending, which appears to be one of the most difficult to obtain, but sees Freddy, Gregory, and Vanessa all escape to safety, while also seeing Glitchtrap and his mayhem-causing virus defeated. Here’s a breakdown of the Princess Quest arcade games in FNAF: Security Breach.

The “savior” ending is the only and highest rated 3-star conclusion the game has to offer.

At 6 a.m. in the survival horror video game, the Pizzaplex opens, giving players several options on when and how they want to leave. However, those looking to secure the Savior Ending should make sure to complete Princess Quest I and II before that point.

The former is located in the back offices of Roxy’s living room while Princess Quest II is found where Music Man emerged in the arcade.

The three Princess Quest arcade mini-games are 2D dungeon crawlers that are fairly easy to beat.

While players can get a lot of other, more shallow endings that leave many of the game’s secrets uncovered (e.g. the good ending) by leaving shortly after 6 a.m., those who are more courageous can get the Savior’s ending. choosing the “Vanny” and completing the third and final Princess Quest arcade game.

Now, it’s worth mentioning that choosing the Vanny option robs players of the ability to call Freddy and locks them into a linear chase sequence that ends at the security office of Fazer Blast, aka Vanny’s hideout. Here, players will be able to press a button to get the ending dismantled or beat the Princess Quest III for the savior ending.

Soon the ending is revealed to the player in the form of a comic book.

After beating the last princess quest, the arcade machine reads “error”. Soon Gregory is looking to see that all the help bots have been disabled. In another room, we see that Vanny took off his mask and left it there.

That’s because before the events of FNAF: Security Breach, William Afton – aka Purple Guy, aka Springtrap, aka Glitchtrap, aka the game’s ultimate villain – brainwashed Vanessa, forcing her to don the Vanny costume. and to continue his violent ways.

Since Glitchtrap is implanted in the three Princess Quest video games at Pizzaplex, beating the games frees Vanessa and everything infected with the virus.

The comic continues with Gregory holding a duffel bag with Freddy’s head on while looking at something with a lot of skepticism. Freddy encourages Greg to continue. The next panel shows the main entrance to the Pizzaplex where Vanessa, dressed in casual clothes, holds the door open so they can all go out together. Finally, Greg, Freddy and Vanessa all eat ice cream on the side of a hill while watching the sunset.

For more on Five Nights at Freddy’s Security Breach, be sure to check out our coverage of its voice actors.

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