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Little Nightmares 2 Hits 1 Million Sales

In a recent sales report, Bandai Namco reveals selling a million copies of Little Nightmares II in a month after launch.

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Little Nightmares 2 Hits 1 Million Sales

Living up to fan-anticipation on launch, indie puzzle-platformer title Little Nightmares II from developer Tarsier Studios and publisher Bandai Namco Entertainment serves as a follow-up to 2017 horror adventure game Little Nightmares.

It has only been a month since Little Nightmares 2 came out and has already sold over a million copies worldwide across all major platforms, thus becoming the fastest-selling game released by Bandai Namco Europe in a set time period.


Little Nightmares franchise has overall shipped over 5 million units till date, setting a new sales milestone for known series. LN2 introduces a new protagonist named Mono and brings back Six from original game for a brand-new adventure.

Bandai Namco senior vice president of marketing, Herve Hoerdt has acknowledged an immense fan-support for recent success. While celebrating newest sales milestone, he also subtly teased for possibility of a future DLC or a direct sequel.


Bandai Namco senior vice president for digital content teases more of Little Nightmares to be revealed very soon.

These are two important milestones for a franchise that we have nurtured and grown within BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Europe and would not be possible without the amazing support from the Little Nightmares community. We can't wait to share with you what's next in the Little Nightmares universe.


Little Nightmares franchise expands with two mainline entries and a 2019 mobile game titled Very Little Nightmares for Android and iOS. Bandai Namco also produced a digital comic book in association with visual storyteller outlet Plastiek.

Little Nightmares II is currently available to play on Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles. Bandai Namco plans to launch next-gen version of LN2 for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S systems sometime later this year.

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