Bandai Namco has announced that the puzzle-platformer horror franchise, Little Nightmares, has reached two million copies sold worldwide. Little Nightmares puts players in the shoes of Six as she tries to escape the Maw, a ship full of evil residents and dangerous traps.
Herve Hoerdt, Senior Vice President of Digital, Marketing & Content at Bandai Namco, said:
“Being part of the journey for Little Nightmares, from its beginnings to this great milestone has been incredible. It is a testament of our capability to create great franchises that manage to achieve success and interest, not only in the video games sector, but also entertainment as a whole. And while this milestone is important, this is only the beginning”
Lucas Roussel, Producer on Little Nightmares, added:
“It has been amazing to see this new franchise come to life with the reactions and support from the fans. With Google Stadia, even more players will be able to play the game and this community will continue growing. We are fully focused on Little Nightmares II and can’t wait to tell fans more about the game this summer.”
Unfortunately, Bandai Namco did not reveal any platform-specific figures.
Little Nightmares came out in April 2017. Thus, it took Tarsier Studios more than three years in order to reach its 2 million milestone.
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