Scott Cawthon, creator of the wildly popular survival horror series, Five Nights at Freddy’s has recently filed a subpoena against the creator of a fake version of his upcoming sequel, Five Nights at Freddy’s 4.
Created by someone going under the name of Lazada Polodi, the fake Five Night’s At Freddy’s 4 application only remained on the iOS app store for a few days before it was removed by Apple’s application approval team. However, the fake app directly copied the description of the original Five Night’s At Freddy’s game and the developer was even charging $9.99 for it on the app store.
While it has not been confirmed yet how this fake app made it through Apple’s approval process, it is nice to see someone like Cawthon fighting back against the person who attempted to use his work unlawfully for monetary gain.
Cawthon has already filed the necessary paperwork to subpoena Apple to release information on Lazada Polodi.
Cawthon’s website, currently shows an image from the upcoming sequel along with an official release date of 10/31/15 for the fourth installment in the Five Night’s At Freddy’s series.
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