While we wait for the still-in-development sequel to Tarsier Studios' fantastic puzzle-platformer horror title Little Nightmares, which was announced last year, the studio has taken to Twitter to share a milestone achievement for the game.
Launched back in 2017, the developer revealed the indie horror title has sold over 2 million copies worldwide. Additionally, the game is headed to Google Stadia on June 1st.
The standard edition of the game will be free to claim for Stadia Pro members, who will be available to separately buy Secrets of the Maw DLC, the collection of three additional stories. Non Stadia Pro members will be able to purchase Little Nightmares Complete Edition, which contains the base game and the Secrets of the Maw additional stories.
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.
The game launched back in April 2017 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Windows PC, before heading to the Nintendo Switch in May 2018.
Little Nightmares II is still currently due to release in 2020.