Try the Game Out a Month a Head of Its Release
Last month saw the release of a PC demo for the upcoming Little Nightmares sequel, Little Nightmares II. The PC demo is available to demo from the game’s store page on Steam. Starting today the demo is also available to download on both PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S through their respective stores.
When Little Nightmare’s II developer, Tarsier Studios, announced the release of the Wilderness demo on PC last month, they noted that the demo would be releasing on PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch in early 2021.
Training begins today, little ones.
The #LittleNightmares II Wilderness demo and digital pre-orders are available now on Steam. The demo will be available for PS4. XB1, and Switch in early 2021, stay with us for updates. https://t.co/AOr9y557au pic.twitter.com/82hcGzpApU
— Little Nightmares II (@LittleNights) December 9, 2020
Now, we officially have the demo on PS4 and Xbox One, but there is still no word on the demo’s Switch release. Considering the fact that the game is releasing in a little less than a month, it should be coming very soon.
The demo for Little Nightmares II puts you in control of the game’s new protagonist, Mono, a young boy trapped in a distorted world. As Mono makes his way through the words, he stumbles upon a cabin of horrors where he will have to save a girl named Six, the protagonist of the first game. They will then have to work together to escape the terrors of the cabin and it’s owner, the Hunter.
In the full release of the game, the duo will set out on a quest to investigate the Signal Tower –the cause of the world’s distortion.
Little Nightmares 2 releases on Feb. 11 for PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. You can pre-order the game on Steam, or through the amazon links provided here for PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.