Bandai Namco’s Little Nightmares Complete Edition for the Nintendo Switch has been re-tailored for the system. This optimization has Little Nightmares running at maximum 720p at 30 FPS in handheld mode and a native 720p whilst still at 30 FPS when in TV mode. Switch owners will be able to download the game digitally via the Nintendo Switch eShop on May 18th.
Here is the official press release.
LITTLE NIGHTMARES COMPLETE EDITION COMING TO NINTENDO SWITCH
The Maw’s demand for more victims never subsides! Now its hunger will claim owners of the Nintendo Switch™ as LITTLE NIGHTMARES™ Complete Edition launches digitally in the Americas on May 18, 2018 for Nintendo Switch™. LITTLE NIGHTMARES™ Complete Edition has been re-tailored for the Nintendo Switch, featuring 720p (upscale) resolution and 30FPS when the game is experience in Handheld Mode and 720p (native) resolution and 30 FPS in TV mode.
The LITTLE NIGHTMARES™ Complete Edition will also contain content from previous pre-order bonuses such as the Upside-Down Teapot and Scarecrow Mask. All of the additional stories from The Secret of the Maw Expansion Pack are included to heighten the eerie experience. LITTLE NIGHTMARES™ Complete Edition will enable players to experience separate stories through the eyes of Six – the game’s main protagonist – and The Runaway Kid. Lastly, players will be able to outfit Six and The Runaway Kid with an exclusive Pakku mask, which can be unlocked in the Extras menu once a Pac-Man amiibo™ is scanned.
Check out our latest Little Nightmares Complete Edition video on YouTube to see ghastly villains, run from deformed monsters, and experience the horror of The Maw:
LITTLE NIGHTMARES Complete Edition is currently available digitally and in physical boxed copies on PlayStation®4, Xbox One, and PC via STEAM®. LITTLE NIGHTMARES™ Complete Edition for the Nintendo Switch will be released digitally on May 18, 2018.
Source: Bandai Namco PR
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This post was written by Mike Scorpio