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Little Nightmares II brings its brand of horror in 2020

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Little Nightmares II brings its brand of horror in 2020

Who’s ready to have some nightmares?!

After nearly two years, Tarsier Studios is back with a sequel to Little Nightmares, aptly dubbed, Little Nightmares II.

The sequel takes us away from the eerie underwater resort known as, the Maw, to venturing towards something called Signal tower. It seems to be a place of equal nightmarish figures and characters, such as deranged school and a hypnotized city populace. While Six seems to be back (her state of being after the cliffhanger in the first game unknown), we’ll be largely focusing on a new character known as Mono. However, the video seems to be almost teasing the possibility of co-op on some level with the two characters appearing to be working together at times.

Little Nightmares II will be arriving at some point in 2020, coming to PS4, Xbox One, PC, and the Nintendo Switch. Possibly all at once, whereas the original filtered out to the different platforms in spread out intervals.

Check out the creepy trailer before and see what horrors lie in store!

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