This month's Nintendo Direct has finally concluded, with players being treated to a verifiable cornucopia of new Switch-related content. Aside from bigger reveals centering around the unusual resurgence of Crash Bandicoot and the extremely lightly teased Super Smash Bros. Switch reveal, fans have also learned that developer Tarsier Studio's horror/puzzle/platformer hybrid Little Nightmares will be landing on the Switch in the fresh new Little Nightmares Complete Edition.
The story in Little Nightmares centers around the exploits of a young girl named Six who has become trapped in a horrifying realm known as the Maw. To escape, she must navigate her way through a series of platform- and puzzle-based environments, the likes of which are presented with a deeply disturbing and hauntingly atmospheric visual aesthetic. Get a feel for Little Nightmares in the game's multiplatform trailer, featured below.
The Complete Edition of Little Nightmares is set to include not only the base game but all of the previous DLC content made available in the Secrets of the Maw expansion pass. This means Nintendo Switch players will have access to the additional chapters known as The Depths, The Hideaway, and The Residence.
There won't be much of a wait at all before Switch players can dive into the unfortunate shoes of Six, as Little Nightmares Complete Edition will be landing on the Switch eShop on May 18.