Adventure currently free for PC; Demo for the sequel

One month before the release of Little Nightmares 2, publisher Bandai Namco has a few surprises in store for fans. Among other things, players can look forward to a demo for the successor. The trial version is available now for PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X / S and Xbox One. The size of the file is rather small at 1.8 GB. This is the same demo that came up in December Steam has been published.

A test version is also on the way for the Nintendo Switch – this should also be available shortly. Little Nightmares 2 will be available in stores on February 11, 2021 for PC, PlayStation, Xbox and Nintendo Switch. The game is the sequel to the story published in 2017 by Tarsier Studios. In our recently published preview, we have already taken a detailed look at the adventure.

If you haven't played the predecessor yet, you can currently get Little Nightmares for your PC for free. Publisher Bandai Namco given away Little Nightmares currently in the in-house store. All you have to do is create an account on the website and add the game to your shopping cart. You can read everything about the adventure in our test.

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At the end of 2019, the Tarsier Studios were taken over by the Embracer Group, which has THQ Nordic or Koch Media as a publisher in its portfolio. The rights to the IP of Little Nightmares remain with Bandai Namco.

Source: Bandai Namco Store

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