The Developers of Little Nightmares is Working on a New Sci-Fi Adventure Project

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Kyle Smith

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Section 9, the minds behind Little Nightmares 1 & 2, and Little Big Planet on the PSVita are now developing a new Sci-fi Action-Adventure game for the PC, Xbox Series and PlayStation 5. Not much more is known about the game and no press information is available right now but be sure to check out the GIF’s below to see what the team are currently showing.

As a fan of Little Nightmares, it seems this title is going to use the same dark atmosphere, as well as destructible environments to give players options for, what I’m assuming, it the opportunity to escape. I’d like to see some of the horror troupes from Little Nightmares used in this title, to give us a really good isometric action thriller experience.

You can also find out more about the game here on their website:

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