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Little Nightmares II

The first update for Little Nightmares II has gone live. Version 1.3 is now available, which includes a slew of different fixes.

The full patch notes are as follows:

After creating the successful Little Nightmares games, Tarsier Studios is moving on from the puzzle-platformer horror adventure series. The developer confirmed to IGN that Little Nightmares II will be its last title in the series.

Tarsier CEO Andreas Johnsson told IGN in a statement:

Ahead of this week’s release, Little Nightmares II has received a new launch trailer. Have a look at today’s video below.

Little Nightmares II will be available for Switch on February 11. Be sure to check out our review here.

System: Switch
Release date: February 11, 2021
Developer: Tarsier Studios
Publisher: Bandai Namco


Little Nightmares quickly became a much beloved hit among fans of horror and side-scrolling adventure gameplay, beautifully melding this sense of intense atmosphere with some of the most innovative and unique environmental designs the medium has seen. It had everything it needed to be, well, nightmare fuel, and capitalized on that artistically. Its big draw-back, however, was simply how short it was. Thankfully, Tarsier Studios went on to develop DLC in a perfectly priced package that expanded the game up to three additional hours, putting us in the shoes of The Runaway Kid as they too tried to escape from The Maw. Now with the release of Little Nightmares II, feedback was taken to heart and Tarsier Studios has made a bigger and better adventure, emphasizing more so the nightmare portion of its name with a stellar experience that gives everything I wanted the first time around, and goes even further with its disturbing themes and atmosphere that, with excellent sound design, brings together a must-play horror package.

Bandai Namco has shared a couple of new commercials for Little Nightmares II. Both adverts are attached below.

Bandai Namco will begin distributing Little Nightmares II for Switch on February 11.

ElAnalistaDeBits has put together a video comparing the Switch and PS4 versions of Little Nightmares II, both in terms of graphics and frame rate. Give it a look below.

Little Nightmares II is planned for February 11 on Switch.

Earlier today, a demo for Little Nightmares II was made available on the Switch eShop. Have a look at some footage in the video below.

Little Nightmares II launches for Switch on February 11.

Bandai Namco and Tarsier Studios have shared a new “Lost in Transmission” trailer for Little Nightmares II. Get a look at the video below.

Little Nightmares II is slated for February 11 on Switch. A demo for the game is now live on the Switch eShop in Europe and Australia – we assume it’ll be up in North America when the store updates later today.

A Switch demo is on the way for Little Nightmares II, Bandai Namco and Tarsier Studios have announced. It’s planned for an early 2021 launch.

Here’s a bit of information about the demo:

Alongside today’s new trailer, Bandai Namco has announced a new “Stay Tuned” bundle for Little Nightmares II. It’s planned for North American release.

The “Stay Tuned” bundle includes a physical copy of the game, CD soundtrack, sticker board, themed TV box, Mono & Six diorama, an art book, and a steelbook. It’ll set you back $59.99.

Little Nightmares II launches for Switch on February 11, 2021.

Source: Bandai Namco PR