After Little Nightmares 2 was released, developer Tarsier Studios decided to move on to other things. However, the publisher Bandai Namco appears to be planning to continue the horror games.
At Earnings Report Tarsier’s parent company Embracer, released Thursday, said the studio would focus on creating new IP addresses once Little Nightmares 2 ships. Request for clarification (Cheers, IGN), Tarsier has confirmed his time in the series is up. “It’s nice to announce that we are leaving the world of Little Nightmares behind.” Article link https://www.news1.news/news/2021/02/little-nightmares-2-developer-moves-to-new-ip-address-bandai-namco-activates-to-continue.html
The studio said in a statement, “Little Nightmares will always be dear to us in the studio. “Since we acquired the Embracer Group in December 2019, it is now time to start a new chapter, create new IP addresses and explore new worlds.”
Bandai Namco noted that while nothing could be announced at this time, the positive reception prompted the publisher to “revitalize it to offer more content in the future.” Little Nightmares is owned by Bandai Namco, leaving the door open for any studio or team to create Little Nightmares 3 or DLC and derivatives of the existing entries.
Little Nightmares 2 was released on February 12 with a wave of positive reviews, and it is. It is currently rated as “very positive” on Steam, where you can also find a free demo.
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