Friday night funkin’, an arcade style musical extravaganza that has captured and garnered a huge fan base for itself despite being what one can call a “simple” game. FNF is a testimony for the fact that video games needn’t have high definition graphics or an open world server to be successful. All a game needs is an active fan base and a lil’ bit of music!!!.
As of now, FNF is available on PC. The fans are anticipating and have also requested a release for Xbox series X and series S.
To know more, read on…
As an introduction to the newcomers, Friday Night Funkin’ is a rhythm game programmed by Ninjamuffin99 with a soundtrack by Kawai Sprite and artwork by PhantomArcade and evilsk8r. It can be downloaded from the Itch.io website for Windows, Mac OS, and Linux devices or played on Newgrounds for free.
FNF’S availability on Xbox series X and S would mark an immense milestone for the game as its repute would spread across platforms. The fan base would also be expanding and more and more gamers will get to experience FNF and get immersed in it.
Unfortunately, there is no such development planned. It may be in the process of being planned, we never know, but that sounds unlikely, as there have been no updates regarding any such news on both FNF’s and Xbox’s official social media handles.
Fans have tried running the game on other versions of the Xbox, and some have managed to be successful, albeit with crashy gameplay, but the general experience has been that of a blank screen, since Xbox series X and S don’t support flash games.
FNF will have to wait, for now, but if anything can be said for sure, it is that FNF is an amazing game with an even more amazing fan base and it will definitely flourish, regardless of the platform it is being played on.