What you need to know
- Little Nightmares 2 was revealed at the Gamescom Opening Night Live event in Cologne, Germany.
- The game looks to build upon the original critical hit with more horro-themed puzzle platformer action.
- Little Nightmares 2 is due out in 2020, but you can try out the original now for $20 at Amazon and $5 at the Microsoft Store.
Little Nightmares was widely regarded as a critical success when it launched in 2017, and now it's getting a sequel. At the Gamescom 2019 Opening Night Live event, Little Nightmares 2 debuted with a fittingly creepy reveal trailer that you can check out below.
Little Nightmares is a series that combines horror with puzzle and platormer elements, and the original was lauded for its atmosphere and gameplay. Little Nightmares 2 looks like it will deliver more of the same horror fun, but we'll have to wait for more gameplay to be revealed in the months leading up to its launch.
Little Nightmares 2 is currently slated for a 2020 release on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC. If you want to get a peek at what it'll have to offer ahead of time, you can check out the original Little Nightmares now for $20 at Amazon. It's also currently on sale for $5 at the Microsoft Store.
Little Nightmares is a critically acclaimed puzzle platformer set in an atmospheric world of horror.
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