I’m sure you might be wondering if there is a version of Friday Night Funkin on Xbox One, PS5, Switch, and other gaming consoles. The game has made fans all over the world and is getting a lot of attention, hinting at a possible console release. Read our blog to know more.
Friday Night Funkin
Friday Night Funkin is one of the most well-made and creative rhythm games created by Canadian programmer Cameron Taylor, better known in OpenFL as Ninja Muffin 99. Dance Revolution, rock band, PaRappa the rapper, and many other New Ground and Flash cultures have all influenced it.
The game follows “The Boyfriend,” who wishes to date “The Girlfriend,” but is unable to do so because her father, “Daddy Dearest,” is a former rock star who opposes the relationship. He must beat an array of odd and unreal characters in different rap battles in order to win his girlfriend.
In FNF, the player assumes the role of “Boyfriend,” who must complete multiple “weeks.” Each week consists of 3 songs except for Week 2. Each week the player will face a new opponent.
Gameplay & controls
You must mirror a sequence of notes sung by your opponents in this rhythm game. You may do this by pressing WASD or the arrow keys.
Looking at the bottom bar, where red represents the opponent and green represents the player, you can keep track of the winning-losing scenario. The player who dominates and fills the bar full with his or her color first, wins the game.
Friday Night Funkin on Steam, Switch, PS4, Xbox One, PS5, Xbox Series X | S
As the game is still under development and is only available in PC versions. That means, there is no version of the game made for gaming, especially for consoles. But don’t lose your hope, there is still a chance that it might get released on Xbox, Switch and PS5 one day.
Friday Night Funkin’ will surely be available on Steam, Epic Games Store, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation, and Xbox One, according to Taylor. There will be about ten weeks’ worth of songs in the complete game, with various character designs. With the opportunity to play on a console with higher screen size and gameplay that lasts much longer than it does now, this will undoubtedly be one of the most significant improvements for fans of the game.
But it won’t be that easy for a gaming console release too. To put games into a console outside of modding is by getting it in an official physical copy or through an online store. Moreover, the players have to pay for it. The modders have to first pay for a license for a DEVs kit so that they can make a mod of the game. In addition, they even have to pay to publish it and the console owners will take a cut from their sales.
The road looks tough for the release of this highly magnetic game on gaming consoles. But we are sure one day the developers will make it happen for their fans. So stay tuned, and get this Friday Night Funkin!
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