Little Nightmares 2 høstede for alvor flotte anmeldelser fra pressen, inklusivt et funklende 9-tal fra os, men det lader til at udvikleren Tarsier Studios er færdige med at fortælle historier fra det univers, for nu.
For nylig talte Embracer Group CEO Lars Wingefors med deres investorer, og nu hvor Tarsier er eget af Embracer (ligesom alle andre studier), så kommenterede han kort på udviklerens fremtid.
"After the quarter Tarsier studios game Little Nightmares 2 was published [by Bandai Namco] and was well received by its audience. Tarsier studios will, from now on, focus on creating new IPs."
Grunden er faktisk ret direkte, fordi det er ikke Tarsier der ejer Little Nightmares-serien, det er Bandai Namco, som de arbejdede sammen med tidligere, og dette slog Wingefors fast i et opfølgende webcast:
"I'm super-thrilled, and I spoke to the CEO of Tarsier the other day, and congratulated him [on] the critical success of Little Nightmares 2. It's an IP they created, but it's owned by Bandai Namco and published by Bandai Namco, so it doesn't really have any significant commercial impact for us, even though if it does really well it could have some royalty revenues over time."
"But I'm super excited about them achieving such a game again, because the first game was very well received, and this game looks as well received. Now, having that game created, they will move over to create new IPs, and I'm super excited, and that was the main reason we made this acquisition a bit over a year ago."
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