On the sixth anniversary of the launch of Little Nightmares, Bandai Namco Europe has announced that its celebrated franchise has surpassed 12 million units sold.
The series has seen the launch of multiple gamesstarting with Little Nightmares, produced by Bandai Namco Europe and developed by Tarsier Studios in 2017. The game lets you play as Six as she tries to escape the Maw, a dark underwater vessel filled with grotesque characters.
His followingLittle Nightmares II, launched in 2021 and which we told you about in the our reviewtells the story of Mono, a young boy with a paper bag on his head who meets the girl in the yellow raincoat. Their meeting leads them to explore different settings in the Pale Citya place distorted by the eerie broadcast of the Repeater.
In addition to the two main titles, there is Very Little Nightmares, a mobile game launched in 2019 and developed by Alike Studio in which players will have to escape from the Nest and find out more about Six’s past.
“The Little Nightmares franchise has seen tremendous growth achieving enormous success since the first episode, launched six years ago today“said Arnaud Muller, CEO of Bandai Namco Europe. “We are very proud of the work done by the Bandai Namco Europe teams in collaboration with Tarsier Studios, Engine Software and Supermassive Games to make great games and at the same time expand the franchise into other media“.
“Seeing the community grow over the years has been a fantastic thing,” added Lucas Roussel, Publishing Director and Executive Producer of Little Nightmares at Bandai Namco Europe. “When we started working on Little Nightmares, we knew we had created something very special, but we are still amazed today by the attachment of our fans to the franchise. We can never thank them enough for their passion and we will continue to work on the future of the franchise“.
We remind you that Little Nightmares I is available for PlayStation4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC, Little Nightmares II is available for PlayStation4, PlayStation5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S|X, Nintendo Switch and PC and, finally, Very Little Nightmares is available for iOS and Android.