Little Nightmares 2 gets new Halloween trailer, launches early 2021
Scary and creepy factors turned up to 11.
What you need to know
- Little Nightmares II (2) is the anticipated sequel to creepy puzzle-platformer Little Nightmares, except the horror is turned up a notch.
- In our preview, we felt it was clear that the studio was doubling down on everything that made the first game so great.
- You can check out a new Halloween trailer for Little Nightmares 2 right now.
- Little Nightmares 2 comes out on Xbox, Playstation, Switch, and PC on February 11, 2021.
The popular Little Nightmares game is getting a follow-up with Little Nightmares 2, a puzzle-platformer with dark atmospheres and chilling sound design. If you're looking for another horror game to play, Little Nightmares 2 might be one to look out for, and now there's a new Halloween trailer to sink your teeth into. In our preview of Little Nightmares 2, we felt the game was shaping up to be a great follow-up to the first, albeit with the setting being a little more creepy.
Little Nightmares 2 is still a ways out, and isn't set to release until February 11, 2021 for Xbox (including Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S), Playstation (including Playstation 5), Nintendo Switch, and PC. However, you can pre-order the game right now if you're already sold on the idea. Little Nightmares 2 could be a great title, and may even find its way onto our list of best horror games for Xbox if our initial preview holds up for the whole game.
Mono and Six must escape the Hospital
Little Nightmares 2 is a follow-up to the suspenseful puzzle-platformer with an even darker atmosphere. Together with Six, you'll attempt to make your way to the Black Tower, but unknown horrors lurk around every corner. You'll need to rely on each other to survive.
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