Players can find 16 Retro CD collectibles in Five Nights at Freddy’s: Security Breach, but they may have a hard time finding these small discs which are located all over the massive Pizzaplex. Players will need to search for the Retro CDs as they are trying to survive, avoid deadly animatronics, and make it to one of the endings in FNAF: Security Breach. The CDs can only be found after Freddy is upgraded with Montgomery Gator’s claws as well as Roxanne Wolf’s eyes, and Gregory needs to be inside Freddy to see them.
There are many collectibles to find throughout FNAF: Security Breach, but finding all of them will require a lot of exploring and even more sneaking around. Enemies like S.T.A.F.F. Bots or animatronics will be constantly roaming around the Pizzaplex looking for any opportunity to find and attack Gregory. Players can move using Freddy to avoid Gregory’s potential captors, but his battery depletes quickly, and there are some items players will need to find without him.
Along with collectibles in mystery boxes, such as the Monty Mask in FNAF: Security Breach, players will be able to find Retro CDs sitting out around the Pizzaplex. Most of them are fairly easy to spot if players are looking out for them while inside Freddy, but a few of the CDs require more thorough exploration. Players will need to find all 16 Retro CDs in FNAF: Security Breach before finishing the game by choosing an ending at 6:00 am.
Retro CD Collectible Locations in Five Nights at Freddy’s Security Breach
Players will need to decommission both Roxanne Wolf and Montgomery Gator, two of FNAF: Security Breach‘s scariest characters, in order to find and listen to the Retro CDs. Upgrading Freddy with Roxy’s eyes will give him the ability to see the Retro CD collectibles, and Monty’s claws allow Freddy to access new areas, including the secret room where players can listen to the CDs. Before getting to this hidden room, players will need to find all 16 Retro CDs in FNAF: Security Breach.
- Atrium: Players can find this Retro CD in the middle of the atrium on the main floor just above the nose of the large Freddy outline on the floor.
- Atrium Near Rockstar Row Entrance: Players can find this Retro CD by heading to the Atrium and moving toward Rockstar Row. At the stage where a cartoon Freddy and Bonnie are shown in the background, players can find the CD under the microphone at the base of the stage.
- Rockstar Row Entrance: At the entrance of Rockstar Row, there’s a pointing Helpy cutout, and the CD is above its hand.
- Rockstar Row: Players can locate this CD in the mouth of the cardboard kraken monster near the ship in Rockstar Row.
- Mazercise: In FNAF: Security Breach‘s Mazercise, players can find a CD in Freddy’s mouth at the soda machines.
- Bonnie Bowl: Inside Bonnie Bowl, there’s a stage with the curtain down, and players can find the CD on the edge of the ‘Closed’ sign.
- Kid’s Cove: The Kid’s Cove Retro CD is inside the partly open treasure chest.
- Roxy Raceway: Players can head to the bumper cars inside Roxy Raceway to find a CD on the seat of one of the cars.
- Roxy Raceway Salon: Inside Roxy Raceway, there’s a photoshoot set up, and the Retro CD will be attached to the Roxy plushie standing on the backdrop.
- Fazer Blast: This CD can be found in the trophy case inside the Fazer Blast Arena.
- West Arcade: Players can find this Retro CD on top of the microphone in the second karaoke room.
- Chica’s Bakery: Players will need to go to the large golden cupcake inside Chica’s Bakery in FNAF: Security Breach to find the CD.
- Rehearsal Stage: Players can find this CD behind Rockstar Row on the podium at the Rehearsal Stage.
- Monty’s Mini Golf: The Monty’s Mini Golf Retro CD can be found above the golf hole on top of the balcony.
- Maintenance Tunnel: While inside Freddy, players need to go to the maintenance tunnels from the beginning of the game and find the CD near the abstract Freddy drawing above a couch.
- Maintenance Tunnel Gated Area: Players will need to head to the spot where Vanessa first speaks to Freddy in the Maintenance Tunnel. Next to the medical booth is a gated area that Freddy can open after he’s upgraded with Monty’s claws, which are available towards the end of FNAF: Security Breach. Players can head up the stairs and find the CD being held by a Foxy plushie in the back room.
The last two Retro CDs were previously found at the Prize Counter and near the El Chips restaurant. However, the most recent 1.04 patch, which was released on December 23, 2021, has moved these final two Retro CDs to new locations in the gated section of the Maintenance Tunnel and the Atrium near the Rockstar Row entrance. Players can find the new Retro CDs as long as they’ve updated their game with the latest patch. The CDs have been placed in new locations in the Pizzaplex to avoid the glitches that were occurring in the original spots in which Freddy was unable to access and, therefore, identify them. Although the locations have changed, the messages on these two CDs remain the same.
After collecting all of the Retro CDs in FNAF: Security Breach, players can listen to them in a hidden room, but they will need to have decommissioned Montgomery Gator and upgraded Freddy with his claws. The room is located in the service tunnels that players go through at the beginning of the game. Players can now break through the fences in the area where they previously escaped Montgomery Gator in FNAF: Security Breach. There’s a note describing a hidden room, and the door will be revealed by taking a picture with the Faz Camera.
Players will find a Sister Location room in the hidden area, and there’s another mystery on the wall that players can try to decode. Inside the Sister Location room, players will be able to listen to the 16 Retro CDs they collected in FNAF: Security Breach. Each CD gives players some insight into Vanessa’s history through recorded therapy sessions. Players can uncover several new secrets about Vanessa by collecting every FNAF: Security Breach Retro CD collectible.
Five Nights at Freddy’s: Security Breach is available for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC.
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Realme 9 Pro+ officially teased as leak details key specs – GSMArena.com news – GSMArena.com
CEO Madhav Sheth all but revealed that there is a Realme 9 Pro+ on the way, now the company’s Twitter account has made it official – this will be the first phone to bear the “Pro+” designation among the Realme number series.
Of course, the Realme 9 Pro itself is yet to be unveiled. So far, all the official information we have on the two is that both are probably going to launch in India, not long after the 9i arrives (sales begin on January 22). We can look to unofficial sources for a sneak peek at what’s to come. Previously, @OnLeaks and Smartprix partnered to reveal Realme 9 Pro specs and images, now they have done the same for the Pro+.
The two models will come equipped with different cameras. Well, different main cameras we should say – the regular Pro will have a 64MP module, the Pro+ will feature a 50MP wide camera (custom Sony sensor) with Optical Image Stabilization. A previous leak suggests that the 50MP camera will use a 1/1.56” image sensor with 1.0 µm pixels (2.0 µm with binning) and an f/1.8 lens. Both phones also feature an 8MP ultrawide and a 2MP helper, plus a punch-hole-mounted 16MP selfie camera.
The Pro+ will be powered by the Dimensity 920, while the regular Pro will get the Snapdragon 695 (both 6 nm chips from TSMC’s foundries). The Plus model will have a smaller 6.43” Super AMOLED display with lower refresh rate, 90 Hz, compared to the 6.59” 120 Hz panel on the regular Pro. It will be the smaller device of the two, that means a smaller battery too (4,500 mAh vs. 5,000 mAh), though it will be faster to charge at 65W (the 9i and 9 Pro do 33W).
Unconfirmed info from a few months ago revealed that the Realme 9 series will have four models, so far a vanilla Realme 9 is missing. All four are supposed to launch in Q1 this year.
Sony Issues Statement About Microsoft Activision Blizzard Purchase And Xbox Exclusivity – Forbes
Sony has finally commented on the massive news that Microsoft has bought Activision Blizzard for nearly $70 billion, and it’s not exactly congratulatory.
Speaking to the Wall Street Journal, Sony had this to say about Microsoft’s responsibility to honor Activision’s existing contracts:
“We expect that Microsoft will abide by contractual agreements and continue to ensure Activision games are multiplatform.”
This may sound like good news for Sony fans who have been worried that massive games like Call of Duty, Overwatch and Blizzard are about to stop being multiplatform, and yet that statement is hugely open to interpretation, and seems to have been issued to try to stop Sony’s stock from declining, as it’s sunk in the wake of the Activision Blizzard purchase announcement.
You can compare this to Phil Spencer’s statement on the same issue, which is even more nebulous:
“I’ll just say to players out there who are playing Activision Blizzard games on Sony’s platform: It’s not our intent to pull communities away from that platform and we remained committed to that.”
What Microsoft seems to be committing to here is to not shut down existing communities on PlayStation like say, Overwatch 1 or Call of Duty Warzone. And it does stand to reason that Activision probably had some sort of deal with PlayStation in place in terms of what games come to the system, but the terms of that deal? That’s the question.
You would not imagine that Activision and Sony have some sort of contract that reads “Every Call of Duty game must come to PlayStation in perpetuity.” Sony seems pretty forceful in saying “continue to ensure Activision games are multiplatform” though does “continue” mean current games that need ongoing support, or future games? Again, it’s hard to fully read what’s going on here, but I do not believe Microsoft would have bought Activision Blizzard at all if part of the deal was all its games must continue to be released on PlayStation indefinitely. And I doubt Sony has a contract that says that.
Again, my guess is that existing games will continue to be live on PlayStation, and some games like Warzone could even stay on PlayStation indefinitely. But I think whether future new mainline Call of Duty games, or Overwatch 2 or Diablo 4 come to PlayStation is a much different issue, and I don’t think Sony’s statement is any sort of guarantee about those titles in the coming years. We’ll see if Microsoft responds, and if Sony has anything else it can expand on here.
PlayStation Wrap-Up 2021 Available Now, Share Your Gaming Stats – Push Square
It’s that time of the year again: Sony is allowing PlayStation 5, PS4 users to share their own Spotify style wrap-up of 2021 on social media. Head on through this link to get started, making sure you’re logged into your PSN account in order to start viewing and sharing your own stats.
The wrap up begins by sharing the total number of hours you played games across PS5 and PS4 systems in 2021. It’s then broken down into each console, also stating how many hours were spent playing PSVR and how many days of the year you played games on.
Elsewhere, the wrap-up shares your top five most played games on PS5, PS4 and how many Trophies you earned. It then dives into how many PS Plus titles you redeemed as well as some global community stats. For example, our wrap-up tells us over 19 billion likes were awarded in Death Stranding Director’s Cut and 34.6 per cent of Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart players unlocked every weapon in the game.
If you log in and take a look at your own stats, be sure to scroll down to the bottom to claim an exclusive collection of PS5, PS4 avatars. You’ll then be presented with a download code. What do your PS5, PS4 gaming stats look like for 2021? Share the most impressive ones in the comments below.
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