Bandai Namco delivered another trailer for Little Nightmares II and enlisted the help of illusionist Derren Brown to give a condensed lesson on bad dreams. He discusses dream hypotheses from Friedrich Nietzsche and Sigmund Freud, but also gives an alternative interpretation of bad dreams. Instead of being cloudy dreams, bad dreams are a malevolent force that has haunted socialmediagossips for days. It is probably not a wise thought to check out this trailer before you go to sleep as it gets reasonably uncomfortable.
A demo for Little Nightmares II is available on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Switch. With the demo you can play through the wilderness level and experience its ruthless inhabitant, the hunter. In a month’s time, you will receive a sample of the things that are inevitably involved this time. It’s a decent preliminary round before Little Nightmares II ships.
A few months earlier, Stefan had some practical time doing a review of Little Nightmares II and composed:
Little Nightmares II will arrive right where the first game and its DLC left off, laden with a dense climate and terrifying new circumstances. Would it be possible for it to come out for Halloween this month as expected? I have to stand a few more months until February 11, 2021 to continue with the terrible little experience.
The first Little Nightmares were delivered in 2017. Tuffcub examined the game and said:
Little Nightmares is something of a small work of art. Beautifully gross and shockingly innovative, it makes a demonstrable sense of fear and tension. It’s a bit strange to say that a corpse bypass game is enjoyable, but it’s easy not to blame Tarsier for anything if you have bad dreams.
The full survey on Little Nightmares can be found here.
Little Nightmares II will be available on February 11th on PS4, PC, Xbox One, and Switch. An adaptation of the PS5 and Xbox Series X | S will be delivered in the not too distant future.