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FNAF: Security Breach Good Ending Explained

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

The Five Nights at Freddy's: Security Breach good ending is one that will surely satisfy those who manage to earn it through playing the game.

In FNAF: Security Breach, there are six known endings that players can receive depending on their exit-route choice, progress in discovering certain areas, and if they were able to clear certain side objectives. Among them is the good ending, which figures to be one of the easier ones to get, and sees Freddy and Gregory escape safely, but doesn't necessarily uncover all of the secrets in the game either. Here's a breakdown of the good ending in FNAF: Security Breach.

FNAF: Security Breach Good Ending Explained

The "good" ending is one of four 2-Star rated conclusions that 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.

In order to get this ending, players must have Level 7 clearance, go to the loading docks exit by the kitchen and leave.

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

Freddy and Gregory escape the Pizzaplex using the van from Freddy and Friends on Tour, mowing down help bots and smashing signs on the way out without a care in the world. On the road sometime later, Freddy runs out of power. Gregory uses the van's battery to recharge him and they both drive off into the sunset.

Unfortunately, however, the Pizzaplex is still standing and it appears the horrific events occurring there will continue as in the post-credits scene, Monty takes over as the lead singer while Mr. Hippo joints the cast.

For more on Five Nights at Freddy's Security Breach, feel free to check out our coverage of its voice actors.