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Little Nightmares 3: A local co-op mode hasn’t been planned

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By September 3rd 2023 at 20:45, the Supermassive Games confirmed that Little Nightmares 3 will be released without local co-op mode. There are only two option options for players who are at the moment an online co-op. With this decision, the developer wants to maintain the atmosphere at which you encounter games and the level of immersion that the players experience.

With an applause of Gamescom Opening Night Live, Supermassive Games announced the continuation of the horror game series Little Nightmares with a short trailer. The studio was already responsible for the implementation of Little Nightmares 2 and was able to convince the majority of fans by producing its work. Several players wondered whether Little Nightmares would offer local co-op mode, but Supermassive Games already integrated such mechanics into their horror titles as Until Dawn.

Despite the fact that this wish was quickly wiped off by Bandai Namco. In an article recently posted in the English magazine GamesRadar.com, producer Coralie Feniello explained that the next game isn’t going to have a couch co-op mode. Feniello says that this is the only way to keep the game fun. We wanted to know our fans requests for co-op, but we also wanted to give players the opportunity to watch the game individually. That is why we kept the option “all players” available, which allows players to build up to AI characters if they don’t prefer to on-line, so that you don’t have to decide.

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Little Nightmares will be released in 2024 for PC, Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4/5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.

Quelle: Eurogamer

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