Bandai Namco Entertainment’s upcoming video game sequel Little Nightmares II could be making an appearance soon on digital console stores soon with a playable demo.
Media outlet Destructoid recently spotted the quiet release of the playable demo on the Microsoft store just recently despite the silence from Bandai Namco and game developer Tarsier Studios. Some fans have also spotted the demo on the PlayStation Network in select regions as of the moment. Others say it is still not available in theirs, so it could be released later on depending on their territory. Unfortunately, there is no word on the Nintendo Switch side, but there should be news soon.
The original game is currently being offered for free on Bandai Namco’s European website, but it is temporarily unavailable. The publisher does promise that there will be more free Steam keys to be distributed later on.
Little Nightmares II will launch on February 11 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch. PS5 and Xbox Series X/S versions will be released later on this year.
Game company Bandai Namco Entertainment has now officially confirmed in a new announcement that video game Little Nightmares II will have a playable demo for consoles.
A new trailer has been released to commemorate the launch of the playable demo on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. They can now get a glimpse of the spooky world of the game via the journey of Mono. This demo covers the Wilderness level of the game. It is also now available on PC via Steam and GOG.com.
Pre-orders for the Nintendo Switch version are now available on the Nintendo Store. Little Nightmares on PC being offered for free is still unavailable due to the high demand. It will be available later on.
Physical pre-orders for the Day One Edition and TV Edition (in Europe) are still available here. The TV Edition will add, in addition to the Nomes’ Attic DLC and Mokujin mask, the complete soundtrack of the game as well as an exclusive diorama of Mono & Six, an artbook, a steelbook case, an Artbook and stickers for the game.