Tarsier Studios has defied the odds and delivered a superior sequel.
The update is free for those who already own the previous version of the game.
It has now managed a third of the sales of its predecessor.
Could this be the end of the Little Nightmares series?
The survival horror sequel releases today.
A new launch trailer for Little Nightmares 2 has also been released.
We got the chance to sink some time into the game's second chapter.
You can also pre-order the digital versions now if you'd like to.
Embrace the spooky season with a commentated demo to Tarsier's puzzle-platforming sequel.
Those who pre-order will also receive a "Mokujin Mask" as a free bonus item.
If you thought the first game was spooky, you ain't seen nothing yet.
We got to play a small portion of Tarsier's spooky sequel, which made the delay all the more disappointing.
The title will also feature a free upgrade for PS4 and Xbox One owners to next-gen tech.
The Swedish developer will continue with Little Nightmares 2, while also working on some new IPs as well.
Tarsier Studio's sequel takes us outdoors, but the atmosphere still very much remains, as does the tension.
Tarsier Studios is back with another creepy platforming adventure, taking us to unexplored areas.