Little Nightmares release date announced in scariest trailer yet
19 January, 2017, 00:52 | Author: Archie Newman
Little Nightmare stars Six, a little girl trapped in a prison called The Maw where every room is a puzzle.
According to the listing, the Bandai Namco-published title will retail digitally for $19.99, and is scheduled to launch on April 28, 2017.
Little Nightmares tells the maudlin story of 9-year-old girl Six, who's kidnapped and forced to toil away in the depths of The Maw, a mysterious underwater resort that caters to unusual, unspeakable guests from above the waves.
This eerie new trailer shows just how unsafe The Maw is.
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Players who are looking to pre-order the digital version of Little Nightmares will enjoy different incentives depending upon the version they choose to order. Digital pre-purchasers will receive the in-game rewards of the Scarecrow Sack and Upside Down Teapot mask to help Six blend in with the inhabitants of The Maw, and PC and PS4 buyers will also receive a digital copy of the game's original soundtrack.
Little Nightmares was announced back in 2014 under the original name of Hunger. The game follows a 9 year old girl named Six who has been trapped in The Maw, a unusual dollhouse-like world.
There's also a limited collector's edition available which comes with a 10cm Six figurine, the game's soundtrack, an A3 poster, and a sticker board.
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