Trailer round-up: 'FNAF' goes AR, 'Fortnite' revisits world champ Bugha's, 'Pokémon' creatures at giant scale

"Five Nights at Freddy's" transfers its survival horror scares into Augmented Reality via "FNAF AR: Special Delivery," the world-famous "Fortnite" goes behind the scenes with its first world champîon, and "Pokémon Sword & Shield" shows how some of its creatures become more powerful and, in some cases, more adorable.

Five Nights at Freddy's AR: Special Delivery

Augmented reality on mobile gets a scary twist -- one that's instantly familiar to anyone who has encountered the "Five Nights at Freddy's" franchise before. Here, instead of hunting creatures from "Harry Potter" or "Pokémon," the aim is to survive being followed by a selection of haunted animatronic figures. A free app that derives its revenue from supplementary payments, available now for iOS and Android devices.

Fortnite: Bugha - Stories from the Battle Bus

An official, half-hour look behind the scenes at the life of Kyle "Bugha" Giersdorf, both before and after the 2019 Fortnite World Cup at which he won $3m USD for becoming world champion. "Fortnite" is free to play across computer, console and mobile, supported through optional season passes every few months and a virtual store.

Pokémon Sword and Shield: Familiar Pokémon are evolving!

A preview of one of the new gigantic creatures to be found within "Pokémon Sword & Shield" -- Gigantamax Snorlax will appear between December 4 and early January 2020 -- a look at how the games' choice of three starter Pokémon grow and change as players train them, and a partial profile of the pair's most legendary creatures: Zacian, who wields a sword in its mouth, and Zamazenta, whose body has versatile shield-like protections. Available now on Nintendo Switch.