Coming out in 2021, Little Nightmares 2 Available on PlayStation 5


Success haunts fans with its gripping world atmosphere and its complicated puzzles. Little Nightmares has managed to grab millions of pairs of eyes to keep looking at the monitor screen while on guard if something pounces on it from behind. Now, this spooky atmosphere will Bandai Namco continue with its second sequel.

Little Nightmares 2 tells the story of a boy named Mono who is trapped in a world that is chaotic thanks to the signal transmission emitted from the tower. Confused, Mono is helped by a second character named Six from the first series. She still takes the form of a girl in a yellow raincoat costume who will help Mono unravel the mystery behind his world while running away from the monsters that are chasing the two of them.

Unlike the first iteration, you will control Mono, while Six will be controlled by the AI. The relationship between the two will be a very important key in the story and gameplay, because they both have to work together to solve many puzzles along the way.

At certain points, Mono will be able to use several items scattered throughout his world. A new mechanic that Tarsier Studios brings to add complexity to Little Nightmares 2. On the one hand, there are certain ways to play so you can pass the levels. Like stealth, and think fast to save yourself with Six.

Of course, for you big fans will ask to what extent Tarsier Studios is able to expand its wings with the presence of new characters. The good news is, it looks like they have prepared this platformer horror game to be wider and longer than its prequel.



Speaking with Twinfinite, Producer Lucas Roussel and Senior Narrative Designer Dave Mervik said they had received a lot of feedback from fans regarding the prequel. They admit that there are many things that can be improved in Little Nightmares 2. One of them is the short duration of the game. “This time we are targeting a game that is bigger and wider with more variety, area and enemies. We are also fixing the checkpoint system which requires a long loading time when the player respawns, ”he added.

When asked how long the game will be, Russell said that they had thought about it. He continued that currently his team is working on several chapters and levels, so they are still not ready to announce it. But he admits that Little Nightmares II will be longer in duration than the first.

Through its press release, Bandai Namco announced that Little Nightmares 2 will be released on February 10, 2021 for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch. The PC and Xbox One versions will be released on February 11, 2021.

Interestingly, Little Nightmares 2 is also planned for release on the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X in 2021. Bandai Namco and Tarsier Studios also promised free upgrades for players who buy them on the console at this time.


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