...how does that make me wrong?
The fact still remains that nobody cares about Five Nights at Freddy's anymore. It's done.
When the first ...I'll even say 3 games came out, there were huge amounts of discussion, anticipation from the fans, and in gaming news in general (at least, after the unexpected success of the first game, which was owed mainly to Lets Players). By the time the fourth game came around, the hype was already dying down.
But now, no one really cares. It's just some die-hards holding on (and every fanbase has a few of those)
This is the first I'm hearing about a sixth game. Hell, I didn't know there was a fifth game!
Five Nights at Freddy's is just yet another testament to how fickle the concept of "internet famous" is. And let's be clear, the hype for FNAF was generated entirely from internet fads, memes and e-celebs.
Companies usually take notice of this around the peak of a given fad's popularity, and decide they want a piece of the pie. The problem is that they are ALWAYS late to the party. FNAF is no exception.
By the time toys had been produced and put to stores, the fad was mostly dead. Oh sure, some kids still were into it , but even they've moved on. Now FNAF toys sit on shelves, with no one wanting to buy them.