The demo is also available for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X and Series S users as well, and it’s available on PC through Steam and GOG.com. According to Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe, the demo allows players to “discover the spooky world of Little Nightmares II and get a glimpse of Mono’s journey discovering the Wilderness level on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.”
The news of this demo dropped alongside a brand new trailer for the game, which you can view above. Digital preorders for the Switch version of the game are now live as well. Preorders on PlayStation and Xbox consoles, and PC, were already live before today. Physical preorders for the Day One Edition and the TV Edition, which is only available in Europe, are still available on the Bandai Namco Entertainment Store.
“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…and stickers for the game,” according to Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe.
If you haven’t yet played the first Little Nightmares, it’s available to download for free on PC from January 13 to January 17 on the Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe store. An Epic account is require to download the game. For those on Xbox, the game is part of the January lineup for Xbox Games With Gold so anyone with a Xbox Live Gold subscription can play the game for free now.
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The game has also been adapted in comic book form: “In an effort to continue telling the story behind the lost children of the Little Nightmares word, Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe has worked on a digital comic book, whose first chapters are available on Android and iOS,” Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe said in a press release. “The comic book will go into the story between Little Nightmares and Little Nightmares II.”
For more Little Nightmares II, check out this gameplay trailer released last year and then watch this Halloween trailer released last October. Be sure to read our thoughts on the game after going hands-on with it after that.
Wesley LeBlanc is a freelance news writer and guide maker for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @LeBlancWes.
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