Another (Little) Nightmarish Adventure Awaits Gamers in February 2021

The first major intellectual property from the Swedish development studio Tarsier Studios, the 2017 puzzle-platformer horror game Little Nightmares received attention for all the right reasons. With a suitably foreboding atmosphere, solid gameplay and an adequate storyline, it was a franchise deserving of a sequel. Titled Little Nightmares 2, that sequel is confirmed to be launching on the Windows PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch platforms on 11 February 2021. It will also be available on the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 later that year, with a free upgrade path planned for those who own it.

Little Nightmares II will see you take control of a young boy named Mono, who is trapped in a distorted world. Accompanied by Six, the protagonist of the first game, they will work together in solving puzzles, discover the world’s grimmest secrets and escape the not-so-friendly denizens of it.

We are really excited to finally be able to show more about Little Nightmares II, a year after the announcement at gamescom 2019. We wanted to spend more time on the game and give it even more love, so we could create the best possible experience to delight our passionate fans.

Lucas Roussel – Producer on Little Nightmares II

Developed by Tarsier Studios and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment, Little Nightmares II will be released on the Windows PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch in February 2021. PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X editions will follow.

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