Another franchise is throwing its hat into the AR game. Introducing Five Nights at Freddy's: Special Delivery, and augmented reality mobile game based on the hit indie PC game of the same name.
FNaF: AR, as it's being referred to, uses much of the same functionality of other AR games, using the player's geographical location to generate animatronics that is hostile against the player. When an animatronic is nearby, it will "attack," where the player uses their phone camera to look for the machine in their real-life environment. Players can collect animatronics and salvaged parts to upgrade their machines.
Free to play, the mobile game uses a microtransaction monetization system, allowing the player to spend real-world money on premium currency and special items that aide the player.
It's worth noting that the announcer seen in the Launch trailer is American content creator Markiplier. He's known for his series of YouTube video game lets plays, where he successfully completed every Five Nights at Freddy's game, often on the maximum difficulty.
I've only dabbled into the game so far. It's interesting, for sure. The animatronic attacking segment is fairly engaging and managed to scare me a few times. More time is needed to see if the game is worth playing through.