Bandai Namco and developer Supermassive Games have announced Little Nightmares 3 won't be making it out in 2024 after all. The new entry in the cult hit horror platformer series has been pushed back to 2025.

This announcement comes via social media, with a statement from the team explaining why the delay is happening:

"As much as we can't wait for you to return to the Nowhere, we also want to make sure we give the game the care and love it deserves," it says. "Quality is a top priority for us, and we know you feel the same way.
For this reason, we've made the decision to shift the release of the game to 2025."

The silver lining is that the team is planning to share more about the game "later this summer", perhaps at Gamescom, so we'll at least be seeing more of it fairly soon.

Little Nightmares 3 looks to be more of the same unsettling puzzle platforming goodness, only this time it features two player co-op. Are you looking forward to it? Hop into the comments section below.