Little Nightmares is an amazing game, though we can all agree that it should have been longer. Well, if you were looking to go back to the dark and eerie world created by Tarsier Studios I have some good news for you. The developers just announced that Little Nightmares will receive brand new content sooner than we expected. This is thanks to an upcoming DLC entitled Secrets of the Maw, which centers around a new protagonist. The character is simply referred to as the Kid and will be available to play starting next month.
We don’t know too much about the Kid just yet but he seems to be the very same boy that feeds Six early in the main story. Just like Six, the Kid is desperately trying to escape the Maw and will need to face new challenges, as well as at least one new enemy in the upcoming DLC. The developers mentioned that this new enemy is known as The Granny and can be found in the Depths of the Maw. The Granny might not sound like a particularly intimidating name for an enemy, however, if Little Nightmares’ other characters are anything to go by, this is certain to be one creepy old lady.
Interestingly enough, Little Nightmares: Secrets of the Maw will apparently be split into three chapters, the first of which goes by the name of The Depths and is scheduled to launch sometime in July. The Hideaway is the DLC’s second chapter and will release a few months later in November. The Hideaway takes place in the engine room where the Kid encounters an unusually high number of Nomes. It’s unclear why there are so many Nomes there but we’re certain to find out later this year and hopefully learn more about these strange creatures in the process. Finally, Secrets of the Maw chapter three is being kept under wraps for now, however, we do know that it will launch sometime in January of next year.
— littlenightmares (@LittleNights) June 7, 2017
Secrets of the Maw will be available for $10 on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. If you haven’t played Little Nightmares yet make sure to give it a try because it’s a great game and well worth the $20 price tag despite the fact that it only takes a few hours to beat.
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